Monthly Archives: July 2017

Who Knows Your Future?

I’m enjoying views from the eighth floor of a high-rise in downtown Chicago. Below me lies a series of paths that dissect geometric shapes of elaborately landscaped urban green space with floral pops of yellow, lavender, and fuchsia. Hotel guests stroll … Continue reading

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Sabbath Rest is a Myth?

Why is it that the Sabbath is usually one of the busiest days for Christians? What happened to the resting? “For in six days the Lord made the heavens and the earth, the sea and all that is in them, … Continue reading

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Are You Remembering the Right Things?

When I look at my surroundings I not only see things, I also sense memories – planting the oak tree in the backyard, wearing my mother-of-the-bride dress, buying red boots on a trip out west, vacationing in the high country, … Continue reading

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How Does a Nation Forget Truth?

As a writer I use the laptop a lot. Although I’m not the most accurate keyboardist, muscle memory kicks in and soon my fingers fairly fly across the keys. However, if I inadvertently shift my hands to the right or left … Continue reading

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