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Earthrise…

As longtime readers of this blog know, I was a space junkie as a kid. Dad and I watched all the launches of the Mercury astronauts together and after the completion of that program, I studied to learn all I ...

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The Day Approaches…

This afternoon I had a meeting that was held in one of the upscale malls in Indianapolis. Not only was I looking forward to having a great time with the team I am assisting, but I would also be able ...

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Longer Than Anybody Alive…

It's that time of year that I start to think about the past and this most recent week was no exception. I had to be out of town on a business trip for several days near Chicago and when I ...

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R.I.P. President George H. W. Bush

Since the death of our 41st President last Friday through his burial in Texas today, the news has been filled with stories of his service to our country - from being the youngest aviator in the Navy at the age ...

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Waiting…

As I write this post today, I am sitting in the waiting room of a medical facility - anxiously waiting on the outcome of a procedure Janet is having to diagnose changes in her health during the last thirty days. ...

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The Speed of the Season…

Just last Thursday, it was Thanksgiving and it seems like that was months ago already. Before the turkey was cold, we were getting ads about Black Friday for a multitude of one day only sales. Then, as if out of ...

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Made for More…

We are in an interesting series at church that explores calling and how each of is created by God for a purpose. Presumably that purpose is to help solve the various problems in the world - pain, injustice, hate, isolation, ...

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Solitude…

We are going through an interesting sermon series in church. It has to do with the "broken places" of the world and also includes a mandate to choose one person we will pray for who is a non-believer and how ...

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Still Brothers…

My middle brother, Doug, and I grew up together about 7 years ahead of the birth of our youngest brother, Ken. Doug and I were two years apart in school and chronologically, we are 21 months apart in age - ...

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Faith + Hope = Trust

Last night we attended church and heard the last sermon in a series about faith and hope - and how they lead to trust. The message was on the people of God during the exodus and how God showed up ...

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