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What is a blog?


A blog (a portmanteau of the term web log) is a personal journal published on the World Wide Web consisting of discrete entries ("posts") typically displayed in reverse chronological order so the most recent post appears first.


Blogs are usually the work of a single individual, occasionally of a small group, and often are themed on a single subject. Blog can also be used as a verb, meaning to maintain or add content to a blog.




Couple embarks on caregiving role reversal as new cancer battle begins in their young marriage 

      The Fields, who will celebrate their fifth wedding anniversary later this year, are redefining the meaning of caregiving – a love for each that is wrapped in a deep rooted faith in God and life-giving personal sacrifice – for better or for worse.


“God and Cliff never left my side,” Sha said. “I know the challenges he’ll face and I’ll be there for him like he was there for me.”

"Welcome home, brother"
A trip to Africa that keeps the craving to return alive within me
This is a reproduction of a column I wrote for St. Louis’ Northside Journal Newspaper, published August 27, 1992, following my missionary trip to Kenya, East Africa. I spent nearly two-weeks there in August 1992 with my late pastor, Dr. Richard Burruss of Transformation Christian Church and World Outreach Center.

A fresh perspective on what it means to be an African-American touched my spirit.

From August 10-21, 1992, I lived in Kenya. Those 11 days were filled with an experience I’ll never forget. I discovered a kinship with a people who had been cut off from me; more than once did those beautiful Africans say to me, "Welcome home, brother.”

New technology can be our undoing if we're not careful
I recently received an e-mail about how technology can make life miserable if we're not careful. I'm sharing it right here.
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The "Knock Out game" is no game

In the news recently was a story about a group of young people - 13- and 14-year old black youth - jumping on innocent folks and violently beating them. In one incident, a man was left with a broken jaw, black eye and stitches on his face.
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Looking back on when I was a little bad boy...

As we grow older - and wiser - we can look back to our younger days and realize that some of the things we did were just, plain stupid. It is a miracle that we're here today, alive that is.
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Three men who influenced my life

As I write my thoughts down, three men come to mind: the first man is my father, Walter Pritchard Sr. which seemly should be an obvious choice. He died December 31, 1968 when I was 14 years old.

I didn’t know him that well; my memories of him are faint and unpleasant. Our relationship, from my perspective, wasn’t good. Maybe that’s why I dropped “the Jr.” in my name a long time ago.


In photo, me and my father, Walter Sr., back in 1954.

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