Stories to Ponder

MomNana
Hosted by Sandy Griffith
Group active since Sun, Sep 25, 2011

From time to time we each come across a story that leaves us to ponder over the message from that story....here is a place to drop off that story so we too can ponder over the message....to learn from it and share it with others.

I hope you will stop by often and enjoy your stay!

Smiles,
Sandy



 

Grampa Kurt

BaggLady
By Cathy Milne - Jul 10, 2014

On the west coast a man named Kurt was a 36 year-old man who never had children and didn't believe he would be good with children. He married a woman who had two adult daughters and a seven year-old daughter still at home. He struggled with fears of not being...

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THE BOAT

JWhiteH
By J White Harris - May 1, 2014

Tom had just finished making a toy boat. He carried it to the river and let out the string tied to it. He admired how smoothly it cut through the water. Suddenly, a strong current took hold. Tom tried to pull his boat back, but the string snapped. He sprinted...

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The Little Boy

amyalulsa
By Amy Alusa - Apr 5, 2014

I haven't been able to be in all of the groups that I belong to for some time; but I found this story that I thought that I would share with all of you...kinda neat. THE LITTLE BOY Sally jumped up as soon as she saw the surgeon come out...

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The Four Chaplains

JWhiteH
By J White Harris - Jan 19, 2014

You may have heard the WW II story of the Four Chaplains. It’s one of those true and inspiring stories that should be told in every U. S. history class but isn’t. On February 3, 1943, the Army transport ship, Dorchester, was torpedoed by a German U-boat while crossing the...

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Renew Your Strength And Find Joy

JWhiteH
By J White Harris - Jan 14, 2014

Year after year, an old farmer planted and plowed around a large rock in his field. His experience with rocks over time led him to believe it would be a most difficult obstacle to remove. Even after breaking several plowshares and a cultivator against the stone, he continued to work...

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