Monthly Archives: March 2011

Seasonal Order

  Some people are really SAD in the winter  months for they suffer from what has been called “Seasonal Affective Disorder” due to a lack of sunlight. Those who have severe cases often require some sort of light therapy to get them … Continue reading

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Whiter Than Snow

  You can tell it’s the first day of spring here in northwest Montana–it  is snowing!  We helped shovel the tennis courts yesterday in hopes that  maybe our high school team could get outside and practice this week, especially  since … Continue reading

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The Greatest Rescue Ever

  (This devotional is based on an  editorial by Mark Maxwell, president of Prairie Bible Institute, in the  Servant magazine, issue eighty-six, 2010, and is  used with his permission.) “On  the fifth of August, 2010, some 700,000 tons of rock … Continue reading

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True Significance

    One of the most fascinating books of the Bible was written by the  wisest–and possibly the wealthiest–man who ever lived yet who had at a point in his life tried to find his significance in possessions and accomplishments rather … Continue reading

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