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Keep Looking Up


It’s 5am and I’m driving to an early morning appointment.  I’m looking ahead focused on the road. Obeying all the traffic signals, moving along routinely as always when driving.  I was first to arrive at the meeting location so I decided to check emails, missed phone calls, and scroll social media. When I finally looked up I witnessed the beautiful transition from night to daylight. God is amazing and continues to bless us in spite of ourselves (myself).  I’m very grateful to arrive at my destination early enough to watch the sun rise over the city.  To enjoy the quiet moments as the night clouds give way to sunshine.

By Pam Cook

Hate is too great a burden to bear…




Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. once stated, “I’ve decided to stick with love. Hate is too great a burden to bear.”  As we honor the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., I’m reminded of a moment in time (not long ago) when hate was a standard. This photo taken at the foot of the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Alabama during the 50th commemoration of Bloody Sunday (March 2015) quietly and courageously lets us know that the standard of hate is changing for the better.

Pamela Cook, Photographer

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