Monthly Archives: April 2012

Choices and Their Consequences

   “Our character is best revealed by the decisions we’ve made and the impact of these decisions on ourselves and others. Over time, the decisions we make–large and small–become the legacy we leave behind” (Erwin Lutzer).        As I … Continue reading

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A Tribute to Charles W. (Chuck) Colson

Charles Colson, who went from President Richard Nixon’s “hatchet man” and Watergate felon to evangelical leader and founder of Prison Fellowship died Saturday afternoon, April 21, 2012 in Fairfax, Virginia. Chuck, age 80, had suffered an intracerebral hemorrhage March 30 … Continue reading

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Drowning in Information

 This age has rightly been called the “age of information.” We have multitudes of books and periodicals in every field of study and practice and billions of dollars devoted to all kinds of research from finding a cure to cancer … Continue reading

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The Son is Up!

 We had the opportunity to attend an outdoor Easter sunrise service Sunday. It was cool (18 degrees!) and clear with a beautiful sunrise. What a great setting for singing the joyous hymns of our Savior’s resurrection!  As the rays of … Continue reading

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What A Week!

Have you ever had a week where your emotions were on a roller coaster of highs and lows? Maybe you had a fantastic, joyous, victorious “mountain-top” experience where you were riding high like a kite soaring in the spring breeze. … Continue reading

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