Monthly Archives: September 2011

Staying on the Right Path

We took some friends hiking last Monday into the nearby Cabinet Mountain Wilderness. Our path began as an old road and then turned into a hiking trail, which doesn’t get much use so at places was not real well defined. We … Continue reading

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The Offense of the Cross

 I’m always so amazed–although I shouldn’t be–when people are so offended both by the preaching of the cross and even by the symbol of the cross.  We just passed the 10th anniversary of the fateful day of 9-11-2001, when our country … Continue reading

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“Bury Me in Montana”

 Joe had prayed that God would stop his dad from beating on his mom when he came home drunk from the bar but nothing had happened to improve the situation. His dad was a Dr. Jekyll, Mr. Hyde. When sober, … Continue reading

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