Monthly Archives: June 2015

The Cost

We made our Father’s Day weekend plans around our daughter’s work schedule. Because she only had 5 or 6 weeks to work before going on a mission trip to Asia, Amy understandably wanted to clock as many hours during that … Continue reading

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The Perfect Church?

This church sounds so perfect – faith, love, and hope shown through their work, labor and endurance! But, in reading further, we see that they were far from perfection. They were confused in some areas of their faith; there was immorality, … Continue reading

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Apple of Your Eye

I’m enjoying another journey through the book of Psalms. In one of them, David wrote the following, “Keep me as the apple of Your eye; hide me in the shadow of Your wings” (17:8). Not understanding what the first part … Continue reading

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Misdiagnosed

I continue to be amazed by the wonderful complexity of the human body. How people can think that such intricacies are random happenstance is beyond me. Recently, I’ve been studying about a very rare genetic condition known as Fabry disease. … Continue reading

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While We Wait

“David was thirty years old when he began to reign, and he reigned forty years. At Hebron he reigned over Judah seven years and six months, and at Jerusalem he reigned over all Israel and Judah thirty-three years.” (2 Sam 5:4-5) Nobody knows … Continue reading

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The Golden Arm

I was encouraged to find some good news in the headlines recently.  A report out of Australia indicated that one man…one solitary guy, has single-handedly saved an estimated 2 million babies with a unique gift that he has to offer.  … Continue reading

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The Invitation

I showed up grossly under-dressed and felt awkward, ashamed, and humiliated all night. When I heard that we’d been invited to the wedding of a friend’s daughter, I agreed to go because it was important to my wife. But, the … Continue reading

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