Monthly Archives: October 2015

On Whose Road Are You?

Recently we attempted to drive the Pikes Peak (over 14,000 feet) Highway outside of Colorado Springs, Colorado. The National Park gatekeepers informed us the road was closed at mile marker 13, the top being marker 19, but crews were working … Continue reading

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Marching through Life’s Messes

Three people face knee replacement surgery. One person endures renewed arthritis pain and another rushed his 101-year-old mother to the emergency room. Another passed away, and a difficult marriage is confronting yet one more. All of this happened among my … Continue reading

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How Accurate will Your Obituary Be?

Obituaries inspire me. While that may be an interesting take on what drives this writer, I use them to evaluate how my life measures up. I know Obits cherry-pick the good and edit the bad, and no one is an … Continue reading

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The Problem of Spiritual Pain

Physical pain captures our attention, and if severe enough, demands immediate action in the form of medication, surgery, therapy, or lifestyle change including diet, exercise, and stress management. If we choose to ignore pain we suffer consequences of increased symptoms … Continue reading

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God’s Prescription

An updated eyeglass prescription means this writer recently picked out nifty, and hopefully stylish, new frames. Distant vision had improved while close-up took a dive. That, or print is simply shrinking and arms are much too short. I’m excited for … Continue reading

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