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Resurrection!

Well, the celebration is about to begin! God, in His infinite wisdom, devised Plan B, after the fall of Man in the Garden of Eden, to reunite with His people. And this could only be accomplished through the blood atonement ...

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Come, Holy Spirit!

We're one day closer to Easter, and I can't seem to get out of the rut of teaching this week. Please hang in there with me - I'll get back to personal stories, but so much is going on in ...

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The Papacy

Six years ago on April 19th, Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger was elected the 265th Pope since the time of Christ, and took on the name Pope Benedict XVI. Since yesterday I talked about the first Passover, I though tonight I might ...

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The First Passover

It's Sunday night and I'm in Dallas for a quick visit with one of my clients - trying to decide which of two stories to write about. Because today is Palm Sunday, marking the triumphant entry of Christ into Jerusalem, ...

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Hallelujah!

For the past several days, I have been writing about space events that I recalled from my childhood. But there is at least one other noteworthy event that occurred on an April 13th. And it happened far before there was ...

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My Parents – A Love Story?

My parents were married April 3, 1948 - 5 years before I was born. Dad was married at the age of 24, the day before he turned 25, and my mother was 23. They were married at Trinity United Methodist ...

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Thin-Slicing – Trust your Gut!

Perhaps you have heard of Malcolm Gladwell. He is the author of several bestselling books - among them: Tipping Point, Blink, Outliers and What the Dog Saw. Blink explores the things we see and study, many times in the blink ...

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In My Father’s House

Today is our last full day in Hilton Head - we start our return home in the morning. And like most of the days here, we didn't have big plans. But our friends, Steve and Patty, had located some real ...

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The Way We Were

Tonight, Janet and I went to the Palladium, part of the new Center for the Performing Arts, in Carmel, and heard a great concert by Marvin Hamlisch. In fact, afterwards we were invited backstage to actually meet him. Normally, its ...

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I Am Who I Am

I have been, as you know, quite busy lately, and I find myself saying,"I can only do what I can do." I have to set priorities and make sure that I get the important things in my life done. Sometimes, ...

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