Go2Years.net

David Dockery

Sort by:
Filter by Resource Type:
Filter Options »
Filter by Topic:
Filter by Scripture:
Filter by Series:
Filter by Event:
Filter by Media Format:

‘A Scent of Jasmine,’ a novel, Chapter 12

EDITOR’S NOTE: Baptist Press today concludes a 12-part serialization of the novel, “A Scent of Jasmine,” by David Dockery, a member of Pocahontas Baptist Church near Jackson, Miss. “Someone’s waving at you,” Libby whispered. Stephanie turned to look. “Oh, no! It’s Sonny’s sister, Allison.” “Stephanie!” Allison called. Her two daughters trailed twenty feet behind. Her […]

‘A Scent of Jasmine,’ a novel, Chapter 11

EDITOR’S NOTE: Baptist Press today continues a 12-part serialization of the novel, “A Scent of Jasmine,” by David Dockery, a member of Pocahontas Baptist Church near Jackson, Miss. The concluding chapter of the novel will appear in BP tomorrow, Feb. 1. “May I come in?” a commanding voice called. Then Phyllis Worth entered the room […]

SANCTITY OF LIFE: ‘A Scent of Jasmine,’ a novel, Chapter 10

EDITOR’S NOTE: Baptist Press today continues a 12-part serialization of the novel, “A Scent of Jasmine,” by David Dockery, a member of Pocahontas Baptist Church near Jackson, Miss. Libby’s bone marrow did find a new home in Stephanie’s bones. With Stephanie getting stronger every day, Libby offered to help Gail clean her aunt and uncle’s […]

SANCTITY OF LIFE: ‘A Scent of Jasmine,’ a novel, Chapter 9

EDITOR’S NOTE: Baptist Press today continues a 12-part serialization of the novel, “A Scent of Jasmine,” by David Dockery, a member of Pocahontas Baptist Church near Jackson, Miss. The toxic drug that almost took Stephanie’s life was successful in destroying the remaining pocket of bone marrow in her body. Her bones were now sterile of […]

SANCTITY OF LIFE: ‘A Scent of Jasmine,’ a novel, Chapter 8

EDITOR’S NOTE: Baptist Press today continues a 12-part serialization of the novel, “A Scent of Jasmine,” by David Dockery, a member of Pocahontas Baptist Church near Jackson, Miss. January was a difficult month as the doctors changed chemotherapy drugs to kill all the cancer cells in Stephanie’s body. One afternoon Libby found her especially sick. […]

SANCTITY OF LIFE: ‘A Scent of Jasmine,’ a novel, Chapter 7

EDITOR’S NOTE: Baptist Press today continues a 12-part serialization of the novel, “A Scent of Jasmine,” by David Dockery, a member of Pocahontas Baptist Church near Jackson, Miss. Friday, two days before Christmas, was a busy day at the hospital. Many patients were discharged, and others were moved to different floors as the hospital prepared […]

SANCTITY OF LIFE: ‘A Scent of Jasmine,’ a novel, Chapter 6

EDITOR’S NOTE: Baptist Press today continues a 12-part serialization of the novel, “A Scent of Jasmine,” by David Dockery, a member of Pocahontas Baptist Church near Jackson, Miss. The following day Gail stopped by to water the potted plant as promised, but she seemed troubled. “How is Johnny’s scholarship fund going?” Stephanie probed. “Johnny’s scholarship […]

SANCTITY OF LIFE: ‘A Scent of Jasmine,’ a novel, Chapter 5

EDITOR’S NOTE: Baptist Press today continues a 12-part serialization of the novel, “A Scent of Jasmine,” by David Dockery, a member of Pocahontas Baptist Church near Jackson, Miss. The first day in the hospital was especially lonely for Stephanie. Stephanie’s room was very large for a single-patient room and had a nice window view of […]

SANCTITY OF LIFE: ‘A Scent of Jasmine,’ a novel, Chapter 4

EDITOR’S NOTE: Baptist Press today continues a 12-part serialization of the novel, “A Scent of Jasmine,” by David Dockery, a member of Pocahontas Baptist Church near Jackson, Miss. The day was still overcast and chilled even more by a stiff breeze, but the cemetery stroll was not gloomy for Libby. She loved the old stones, […]

SANCTITY OF LIFE: ‘A Scent of Jasmine,’ a novel, Chapter 3

EDITOR’S NOTE: Baptist Press today continues a 12-part serialization of the novel, “A Scent of Jasmine,” by David Dockery, a member of Pocahontas Baptist Church near Jackson, Miss. Dr. Margie, Dr. Ward’s daughter, opened the clinic’s front door and stepped onto the porch. Everyone knew that Margie held the verdict of whether or not the […]