Even across the dispersion of the generations, we continue to remember our Past Masters. In a tangible way, Freemasonry provides a very unique value by preserving your memory and a record of Brotherhood. An eternal recognition of your contribution to the Fraternity.
A preeminent desire that all Freemasons likely seek, and hopefully most of us find in Freemasonry, is a promise of mutual respect, trust, and support known as Brotherhood. Freemasonry is its sanctuary.
“We oughtta” is a phrase I sure wish I’d received a nickel for each time I’ve heard it. Men are often overflowing with ideas only to be exposed as empty on execution. Thomas Jefferson is credited with saying, “Having a vision for what you want is not enough. Vision without execution is hallucination.” Each of
One observation I’ve made during my short time in Freemasonry is that each Lodge takes on the character of the sum of its participants. More participants inarguably make for a richer experience for those assembled at our meetings. Many choose not to advance beyond the threshold of Freemasonry. Some choose not to complete
I am very pleased to invite you to attend Lodge this month (heck, every month!), as we honor our 50-year, 60-year and 70-year members. To help us accomplish this task, we will also welcome our District Deputy Grand Master D. Todd Ballenger on his Official Visitation. In addition to the required administrative oversight (partly the purpose