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Remembering our Military…

Tomorrow is Memorial Day, 2020. In some circles, it is referred to as Decoration Day - and that is what my maternal grandmother used to call it. Back when I was a child, we would decorate our bicycles and ride ...

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One Year Back Home…

It was one year ago today that Jill and our grandson, Drew, moved back to Indiana from Oklahoma. Janet and I had assumed that we would no longer have all our children within minutes of our home when Jill made ...

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Tonsils!

For the past several weeks, our daughter Jill has been suffering with swollen tonsils, This is quite unusual for people her age, but nonetheless, it was a real problem complicated by the restrictions on visiting medical practices, etc. And surgery, ...

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Teaching Bible… at the Car Wash!

It's amazing to me when I consider all the teaching opportunities that we, as adults, have to impact our younger generations. Several days ago, our local car wash opened up again and started doing car interiors. Since it has been ...

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Thank You, Woodrow Wilson!

Today is Mother's Day, 2020, and it is unlike any Mother's Day that any of us have ever experienced. That's because we are approximately eight weeks into quarantine from the coronavirus and this social isolation is getting kind of old ...

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What’s Next?

The current pandemic has brought out all sorts of things that most of the population never thought about before our current issues with the coronavirus. We have never really thought of social distancing and the prospect of changing the way ...

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Biblical 40’s….

Recently, there has been a post circulating on FaceBook about how there are many signs pointing to the "fact" that the coronavirus is somehow scripturally tied to the number forty. For example, the year 2020 can be thought of as ...

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Two “Yesses” or One “No”…

When my brothers and I were young boys, we tried everything under the sun to get our way when we wanted something from our parents. I don't know that we were so much different than any other boys we grew ...

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2.7 Degrees Fahrenheit…

Several days ago, on April 22nd, we celebrated the 50th anniversary of Earth Day. Each year we designate a day to really heighten awareness of the environment and the world that we live in. In conjunction with this day, there ...

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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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