Tag: congregation

An Actual Easter Column

This spring, I wanted to write a column about Easter. Not just my usual,  seasonal shtick about the chirping birds and the blooming blossoms, but a real, honest-to-goodness Easter column. I know it might be a bad idea, that some eyes will roll and my stock will plummet with the local intelligentsia, but I just can’t help myself. You see, after twenty years of wandering and wondering and fancying myself much smarter than my religious friends and neighbors, I’ve gone back to church. And though it’s not the church I grew up in, or even the same denomination, it’s been like coming home.

Read More

Turning from a Moment of Joy

    This past weekend, 4900 people were registered for the AWP Conference in Atlanta, GA.  AWP is the acronym for the Association of Writers and Writing Programs.  Attendance for this conference has doubled over the past several years and the 2007 meeting included approximately 2200 college and graduate level students.  I had made the decision to attend this conference in the latter half of 2006.  Atlanta is driving distance from Beaufort and I ended up combining my trip with work and personal business as I traveled from Beaufort to Columbia to Greer, eventually landing in Atlanta.

Read More
Loading
Sorry, No Posts Found

What’s Happening

april, 2021

DEBBI COVINGTON: My Fabulous Cooking Show

LC Weekly Sections

X