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He Ain’t Heavy – He’s My Brother

Janet and I are praying for a Transition by The Book, right now. Because we just returned from the hospital. No, thankfully, nothing was wrong with either one of us, or our family, but we went to visit Roger, a dear ...

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In God’s Timing

Janet and I were just recalling the time, back in 1984, when our business was only a little more than a year old. We had moved to Carmel and were favored with a loan from the local bank to start ...

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Air

In the fall of 1972, my parents moved to Palatine, IL, and there was only one thing wrong with the new house. It was a beautiful place, on a corner lot, with a circular drive, hardwood floors and two fireplaces. ...

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The Quiet Celebration

It's after 11:00 pm and I just returned home from two days in Cincinnati. I'm feeling great because I just came from a celebration - Bill and I had dinner and a cup of coffee together. Just the two of ...

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The Incomparable Dr. Kendrick

He's gone now, and I miss him more than I can tell you. He was not a remarkable man, by most human standards, but I am sure that he is sitting next to God, in the throne room of heaven, ...

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A Regrettable Anniversary

I'll bet you thought this story might be about Janet, and how I screwed up one of our special days. No; this day, March 6th, marks the anniversary of the start of the one of the toughest transitions of my ...

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He Must Become Greater

Throughout my life, I have noticed that there are periods when Christ seems to be at the forefront of things; and other times when I tend to put Him in the background as seemingly more important things take center stage. ...

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For the Least of These

It was in the volatile, crazy, environment of the late 60's, in high school, that I met David. He was a quiet, shy, nerdy kid who always struggled in school. Many classmates teased him relentlessly - but I kind of ...

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Corned Beef on Rye

I returned to Indy this morning from Newark and it was a beautiful day to fly. Clear skies and miles of visibility on a rather small plane that seats fifty. I kind of like the smaller jets - a little ...

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My Way or the High Way

I'm still in New Jersey, and I've finished my client visit here. After dinner, I packed up my things - ready to head to the airport in the morning for the flight back to Indy. Since I didn't get there ...

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