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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 on the Throne…

Let's face it. The last several months have been tough politically. It doesn't make any difference which party you belong to, as tempers have been flaring and civility has pretty much gone out the window. Although things have been more ...

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Please…and Thank You!

It started out like any other day at the Kroger deli counter. Janet and I were standing in line, waiting our turn to be served, and the lady to my right was next in line. When asked what she wanted, ...

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Let There Be Light…

Janet and I were out walking our dog, Hank, earlier this week and noticed an odd solar powered landscape light stuck in the ground at the corner of our block. It happened to be right next to the post that ...

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“I Feel Fresh…”

Today marked a big day in the life of our youngest grandson, Drew. That's because he was was baptized this morning at his home church in Reydon, Oklahoma. Although we weren't able to be there in person, our daughter, Jill, ...

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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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Right Lane Ends Ahead…

Yes, we are finally back home tonight after a wonderful stop at the Greenbrier - having spent several days prior to that in Williamsburg late last week. Janet and I make an annual pilgrimage to Williamsburg to see family, conduct ...

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Obsessed!

This summer has been a long one for me. I have had very limited mobility and have spent most of my time in rehab and exercising to increase my strength and endurance. One of the by-products of my recovery was ...

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Obedience…

Hank, our Doberman, has been with us about nine months now. He had been surrendered by two other families before we adopted him last December 29th. He's a big guy - about 92 pounds and I am sure that he ...

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