Category Archives: grief

God’s Waiting Room

                                                              Copyright 2017 Charles McKelvy   Lucky Chucky A play in one-act by Charles McKelvy   The Players: Doorkeeper Impatient Patient   The Place: The Waiting Room   The Play is the thing and here is the thing at … Continue reading

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Dead Calm


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And Peace at Last

My the Lord support us all he day long till the shadows lengthen and the evening comes, and the busy world is hushed, and the fever of life is o’er, and our work is done! Then in his mercy may … Continue reading

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The “WE” Program

We had a way of dealing this morning with the heinous hate crime that was committed in Orlando Saturday: we sat in fellowship and shared our fears, our anger, and our sense of outrage.  We couldn’t cope alone, and we … Continue reading

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A Memorable Michigander named Mom

(Author’s Note: Having attended a moving Service of Remembrance following my mother’s death on June 4, 2014 at Hospice at Home in Saint Joseph, Michigan, I am more mindful of Mom than I was before I went. It was good … Continue reading

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