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My Way or The Highway

I attended a large meeting this week.  It was the first time I attended this particular function.  I had heard through the grapevine that this particular group’s meetings could  be heated and contentious. Well, I showed up, walked in the door prepared...

The Power of Love

When I first heard of the death of a young American while trying to share the gospel to one of the most isolated tribes in the world, I was intrigued, yet not surprised.  Missionaries have been sharing the Good News of Jesus Christ for centuries, many meeting horrible...

The Eternal Bank

Our little community lost a wonderful woman recently.  Mrs. “B” was a delight to everyone who crossed her path.  She greeted every single person with a warm smile and twinkling eyes.  In fact, she and her husband, Mr. “J” were the first to stop by and greet Cary and I...

Can We Impact Our Culture?

In a single moment a person can find plenty of reasons to be discouraged by the culture of today.  Several decades have passed since truth became subjective and morality left to individual interpretation.  The result has been a slow erosion of values as our Western...

I Can See Clearly Now

It struck me this week as family was together, comforting one another as our beloved patriarch prepared to pass to his Heavenly home, what’s truly important in life.  While receiving this jolt of reality, I remembered a popular song I used to sing in 1972: I can see...

Christians and Politics-Part 1

In scanning my Facebook account, I ran across a post from a friend … “Should Christians be involved in politics?”  Well that got my heart pumping!  There were several comments, such as, “No! Render unto Caesar what is Caesar’s.”  “Yes! Christians should be salt and...