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Stories and tales from a guitar-picking writer, theologian, speaker, blogger and entertainer. From small town quirks to the bizarre realities of family, whacky church life and slightly damaged kinfolk, insights from a reluctant son of the South takes you along. Never know where it’ll end up but it’s sure to be worth the trip.
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Subscriber-only episode The Introduction to the Audiobook Shadow Prayers Reflections from a Pandemic Year Written in 2021, Shadow Prayers is a Memoir of a Pastor's final year of ministry, guiding a congregation through the toxic time of pandemic, political division and racial divide. Written copies available for order. https://garyfurr.me/writings/…
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Subscriber-only episode Shadow Prayers Reflections from a Pandemic Year Written in 2021, Shadow Prayers is a Memoir of a Pastor's final year of ministry, guiding a congregation through the toxic time of pandemic, political division and racial divide. Written copies available for order. https://garyfurr.me/writings/ “Through his psalm-like collectio…
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Subscriber-only episode Shadow Prayers Reflections from a Pandemic Year Written in 2021, Shadow Prayers is a Memoir of a Pastor's final year of ministry, guiding a congregation through the toxic time of pandemic, political division and racial divide. Written copies available for order. https://garyfurr.me/writings/ “Through his psalm-like collectio…
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Subscriber-only episode Shadow Prayers Reflections from a Pandemic Year Written in 2021, Shadow Prayers is a Memoir of a Pastor's final year of ministry, guiding a congregation through the toxic time of pandemic, political division and racial divide. Written copies available for order. https://garyfurr.me/writings/ “Through his psalm-like collectio…
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Subscriber-only episode Shadow Prayers Reflections from a Pandemic Year Written in 2021, Shadow Prayers is a Memoir of a Pastor's final year of ministry, guiding a congregation through the toxic time of pandemic, political division and racial divide. Written copies available for order. https://garyfurr.me/writings/ “Through his psalm-like collectio…
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Subscriber-only episode Shadow Prayers Reflections from a Pandemic Year Written in 2021, Shadow Prayers is a Memoir of a Pastor's final year of ministry, guiding a congregation through the toxic time of pandemic, political division and racial divide. Written copies available for order. https://garyfurr.me/writings/ “Through his psalm-like collectio…
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Shadow Prayers Reflections from a Pandemic Year Written in 2021, Shadow Prayers is a Memoir of a Pastor's final year of ministry, guiding a congregation through the toxic time of pandemic, political division and racial divide. Written copies available for order. https://garyfurr.me/writings/ “Through his psalm-like collection of writings, he captur…
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God hung the stars brighter than the sun to illuminate the darkness. And sent one life into the world to do the same. If we can comprehend it, understand that life, receive it, we can, said John in his gospel, be the very sons and daughters of God. If not, we’ll just stumble around with our flashlights, trying to find our own pitiful way and cursin…
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Beginning this week, I have additional content available for subscribers only. It only costs three dollars per month to download and access audio books, audio articles, music, and lots more! Unsubscribe anytime you need those three dollars for something else. It kicks off with my chapters from ENCOUNTERING GOD IN THE PRAYERS OF OTHERS. For a sample…
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Dr. Howard Thurman (1899 – April 10, 1981) rose from the segregated south of his childhood to become an author, philosopher, theologian, educator and civil rights leader. He was Dean of Theology and the chapels at Howard University and Boston University. In 1953 Life magazine) rated Thurman among the twelve most important religious leaders in the U…
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A young college student has to wait to preach his sermon until the church has a fight. Lessons from a country church a long time ago about how to deal with conflict and how real community happens. Just a stone's throw from where Dolly Parton grew up. Support the showDe către Gary Allison Furr
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In the waiting room, we are all the same...fear stops by in the morning and pops back in when you least expect it...people have truly different ideas of what the phrase, "dress appropriately" means...nothing starts when it is scheduled and why things go on longer than you were told. Support the showDe către Gary Allison Furr
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Rummaging through an estate sale provides Gary with surprisingly rich insights into life and death. “How do you reduce a life to a single sentence, especially a sentence that will fit on a marble slab determined by the proceeds from your estate sale?” Support the showDe către Gary Allison Furr
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I went by Cousin Hugh Carter's store. I asked him, "Does President Carter ever come around out here in town?" "Why, sure," he said. "He rides his bike around town sometimes. WELL, THERE HE IS NOW!" And there went President Carter, on a bicycle, and right behind him four Secret Service agents on bikes, followed by a van full of Secret Service Agents…
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A new baby, a stolen car, and extravagant generosity made our first February as parents unforgettable. It’s buried treasure, it’s the chance you lose, The lifeline that you’re holding to A mother’s touch, a baby’s hand Keeps a daddy coming home again, That’s what it is. Support the showDe către Gary Allison Furr
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Now I pondered what my young questioner wanted to know. When is it okay to talk about such things? Then I said, "Come to think of it, the central story of our salvation is a murder story." He said, "I never thought about that before." Support the showDe către Gary Allison Furr
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The great-granddaughter of Charles Austin Miles said once that the hymn "was written on a cold, dreary day in a cold, dreary and leaky basement in New Jersey that didn't even have a window in it let alone a view of a garden. From Miles imagination to one of the most beloved gospel hymns of all time, it became a vessel of prayer for me in another ba…
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A young preacher gets some off-Broadway theological lessons from Elmer, Pappy-in-Law, Dooley, Scotty and Hangy Limb and the rest of the Bridge Crew. It wasn't accredited but if made a permanent impression to supplement the book study. Song: "Working On a Building" by Shades Mountain Air Support the show…
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"As we began to sing, something came over him. He got up, shuffled along as though moved by an invisible force. He came and stood next to me and sang every single word. Has somewhere else now." Remembering is a big deal. To be remembered is to continue to be loved. Support the showDe către Gary Allison Furr
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Meet Gary Furr as he welcome us to The Flatpicking Pilgrim's Podcast! "This will probably be a little bit lighter than a lot of stuff going on out there these days, but there's enough whackadoodles in Congress and on the internet to saturate that market. Our stories are who we are-- and theykeep reminding us who we are. I'm going to let truth just …
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