Monthly Archives: December 2011

No Returns

 The day after Christmas is apparently the third busiest shopping day of the year, after Black Friday and the Saturday before Christmas.  Some go for the discount after-Christmas bargains, but many go to return or exchange gifts for a variety … Continue reading

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Hugs From God

 I had the privilege of teaching a course one spring for the “International Messengers” training center here in the Libby area where missionaries are prepared for ministry in Eastern Europe. I thoroughly enjoyed meeting these dedicated folks and still stay in … Continue reading

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Don’t Waste Your…(Cancer, Heart Attack, Accident, Stroke…!)

Minneapolis pastor and author John Piper, wrote on the eve of his prostate surgery, “Don’t waste your cancer. You will waste your cancer if you refuse to think about death.”  A whiff of fatality is a great gift, because it … Continue reading

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Miscommunication

One day when we returned home and were listening to our phone messages, there was one where the caller didn’t identify himself, but from the voice and context, we determined was from the Waddington family in North Dakota, asking whether we would … Continue reading

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