Monthly Archives: February 2015

Storm Lessons of Life

Violent storm clouds, bruised and swollen, crowded over the ranch. Brutal winds screamed through flailing branches, and torrential rains began their angry descent. Lightning slashed the sky and thunder crashed overhead. I stood helpless, yet fascinated and transfixed at the … Continue reading

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The Unknown and Trust

I have such a ridiculous amount of material to learn for an exam (Seminary course in Trinitarianism) later this week, I almost just want to roll over and laugh. At least 3 inches thick of single sheet papers sits before … Continue reading

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Sorrow and Faith

I lost a friend this past week. He was a man of kindness, generosity, and great faith, and I will miss him dearly. His memorial service was one of praises for his gentle, and sometimes jovial, behavior and sensitive attitude … Continue reading

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