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I Shot an Arrow …

When I was ten or eleven years old, one of my friends came over to our house on Claremont Ave. in Beverly where we lived. Gerry, yes his real name, came to play and several hours later, when it was ...

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The Google Effect

Every once in a while, some new concept comes along that catches my attention. Recently, there has been a phenomenon that has made headlines; about studying people and their memory capacities. According to those who are experts in these areas, ...

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The Weary Traveler

Well, I'm back in Carmel this evening after a trip to NJ the last several days. And if you read the post on Monday, you know it was quite a trip out there. Thankfully, today's return flight - through Charlotte ...

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Ball of Confusion

I'm still in Westfield, NJ tonight. Long day at the office here, and then dinner out. The weather is beautiful - a perfect summer evening. So I took a stroll through town - to the luggage store where I always ...

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Father, Into Thy Hands

I'm exhausted. It's about 12 hours since I set out from Indianapolis this morning to fly to Newark, NJ. Usually a simple two hour plane ride - direct. But when I am out here and back, and only stay two ...

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Beverly 8-2426

This week-end, TBTB entered the world of social media. We actually launched a Facebook page, "Transitions by The Book" and also opened a Twitter account. I think that one is "chgthrufaith", but I haven't used it yet, although I am ...

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Answers to Prayer

This week has been devoted to people and their need for God's mercy. A number of our readers have been impacted by adversity and I am sure that the response to this need for prayer has resulted in our community ...

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Mercy, Too

The night before last, when I wrote the post on mercy, I had more calls and comments than on any post for the last several months. And so many of you wrote to me with examples of families needing God's ...

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If You Have to Look Down….

I finished my business in Dallas early this afternoon and headed back to the airport for the flight home. I arrived at the security line and was immediately distracted by a woman who was complaining to the TSA agent about ...

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Mercy…

I am in Dallas this evening, and it has been a strange day. While I have felt rather serene and peaceful, those around me are struggling with issues that defy our human understanding. It's like being in the eye of ...

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