Monthly Archives: June 2012

Awaiting sentencing

So I have always heard that there are only two certainties in life: death and taxes. After hearing this discussed recently from the pulpit, I thought it interesting to take issue with both of these ideas. Death. I understand the … Continue reading

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My will

Many years ago, when our children were young, my Teresa and I sat down and prepared a will. This instrument, as the name implies, was our will to be carried out at our death. This made the normal provisions for … Continue reading

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The five areas of growth

They say a picture paints a thousand words. Well, sometimes, a thousand words can be conveyed in a short statement. I am reminded of the question posed to Jesus by those wishing to trip Him up. They asked what the … Continue reading

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Memories of the Cold War

I was a child in elementary school during the early years of the Cold War. The number-one enemy of the U.S. was the Soviet Union, or Russia, as we referred to them. There was much to be feared. I remember … Continue reading

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Here we go again…

Well here we go again. Recently, I read a news report which declared that within 15 to 30 years, there would be enough evidence in support of evolution that even the most skeptical would have to admit that we all … Continue reading

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Let me tell you about my grandchildren… August 15, 2008. The date my life changed. Sometimes change is a bad thing, but this change was a very good thing. You see, this was the day that my first grandson was … Continue reading

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