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A Thorn in My Side…

Two years ago tonight, I was helping my brother, Doug, prepare an apartment for Ken, our youngest brother, in anticipation of moving him from his home to a place that would be easier to maintain. Doug had been out shopping ...

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Arachibutyrophobia…

I was glancing at a daily email column that I subscribe to and found the word of the day very interesting. In fact, it was a word that I have never heard of - and it is the title of ...

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A “Greek” Easter…

This coming Sunday the Greek Orthodox Church will be celebrating Easter, one week after most of the other Christian churches have had their traditional Holy Week. Some people wonder if the Greek Orthodox Church is really Christian, but it is ...

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The Folded Cloth…

There is an obscure part of the resurrection story that we generally glance over when reading the account of the first Easter morning. John, generally referred to as the apostle that Jesus loved, tells us several details that we don't ...

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A Hail of a Day…

Yesterday, we had one of the most beautiful spring days that you can imagine. The weather was in the mid-seventies, the sun was shining and people were ready to get out to enjoy God's creation. Janet and I took Hank, ...

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Hosanna vs. Hallelujah!

So here we are again on Palm Sunday, the traditional start of the last week of the life of Jesus before His resurrection - defeating death once and for all. As Jesus entered Jerusalem, on the back of a colt, ...

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An Internet Love Letter…

Today is Janet's birthday. She knows that I always go out and get her several cards to hide around the house - and I know how much she enjoys going around looking for the multiple cards that I usually get ...

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The First Month…

I've been thinking quite a bit recently about the death of my youngest brother, Ken. In fact, today is the one month anniversary of his passing on February 29th. I'm sure that the events of that morning, when I drove ...

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Sober… by the Grace of God…

Earlier this week, I celebrated twenty seven years since I stopped drinking alcohol. It seems that most of us who have quit drinking can tell you the day and year that this momentous occasion occurred - and so can I ...

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Christmas in March…

We all know about the coronavirus and things aren't getting any better yet. But I have been impressed with the news coverage and the various governors, as well as the president and vice president, who have given us daily updates ...

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