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Anxiety…

As I shared in the last quarter of 2019, I have been invited to teach a Bible lesson each Thursday morning to approximately 80 women, called the Soul Sisters, at a Presbyterian church where our daughter happens to be on ...

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Epiphanytide…

Tonight is the twelfth night since Christmas Day and it is called, appropriately, the Twelfth Night. That means that tomorrow is Epiphany, the day that begins the season after Christmastide - that starts on January 6th and, depending on who ...

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Songs of the Season…

The radio stations are finally going back to their normal programming after Christmas. Sirius Radio and other speciality programming venues changed some of their channels to holiday songs, hymns and familiar standards from Thanksgiving through the New Year and in ...

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It’s All Over – Except for the Wise Men…

Christmas is in the rear view mirror. In fact, Janet and I spent the week-end, with the help of our daughter Jill and grandson Drew, taking down the decorations. That's quite a job because we really decorate for Christmas and ...

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Camping with Jesus…

Christmas 2019 is over. It's behind us now and I am already seeing the countdown to Christmas 2020. The buildup is always so great - and then it is over. Today, the sales were on, people where spending Christmas cash, ...

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Post Office Box 1711

When I sold parts of the company back in 2001, I moved my office into our home. Ever since that time, my office in our house has been my base of operations. Usually, I am out on the road and ...

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The Vulnerable Jesus…

I can't even begin to recount the number of times that I have read the Christmas story. While there is a short account in the book of Matthew, there is a much longer narrative written by the good doctor, Luke. ...

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Welcome – With Rules…

Our daughter, Kristin, and her family have made a decision to downsize their home and so several months ago their house went on the market and sold rather quickly. She and the rest of the family found another home that, ...

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MRK1126…

Several days ago, Janet and I drove up to the Chicago area so that Janet and her sister, Debbie, could fly out to Williamsburg and spend the weekend together with Nancy, their youngest sister, on the anniversary of their mother's ...

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Smelling Like Smoke…

One of the questions that I am frequently asked has to do with whether salvation is something that can be lost based on actions after one has accepted Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior of his/her life. Certainly, there are ...

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