Monthly Archives: July 2014

Are Christians called to a commitment of inconvenience?

What happened this past week? If you’re like most people you handled the ‘must do’s’ and lamented the ‘left undones.’ Perhaps you fulfilled personal and professional demands with little time for others, at least those outside your intimate and immediate … Continue reading

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The Crisis Prep

Water steadily drips and drones out all other sounds. The carpet underneath is growing saturated and it’s Saturday afternoon. Help! After a quick call to the emergency number of our trusty air condition repair people, I waited for the return … Continue reading

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Fighting All Battles

“Ukraine Jets Strike Rebels,” “Gaza Fired Approximately 690 Rockets and Mortars into Israel,” and “Israeli Air Strikes Pounded More Targets in Gaza” offer three of today’s headlines. Present day battles abound, and we shudder at the horror as chaos and … Continue reading

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I BELIEVE THAT WE WILL WIN!

“I BELIEVE THAT WE WILL WIN! I BELIEVE THAT WE WILL WIN!” Crazed USA soccer fans chanted the catchy words repeatedly as they bounced in frenzied rhythm throughout Brazil’s stadiums and world-wide watch parties during the recent FIFA World Cup … Continue reading

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Happy 4th! A Time to Remember … “My Country Tis of Thee”

A time to reflect, a time to remember … God’s blessings on our nation, our state, our city and you. Written by Samuel Francis Smith; the tune used for this song is “God Save the Queen”, the British National Anthem. … Continue reading

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