Monthly Archives: December 2012

Have an “Asher” New Year

You’ve probably never been greeted with these words, or have you?  You’ve heard people wish you a “Happy New Year,” or a “Blessed New Year,” so, you really have been wished an “Asher New Year,” for the Hebrew word asher … Continue reading

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The Perfect Gift

  “Twas the night before Christmas and Santa’s a wreck, How to live in a world that’s Politically Correct? His workers would no longer answer to “Elves.” “Vertically Challenged” they were calling themselves. And labor conditions at the North Pole, … Continue reading

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A Message from Outer Space

  For many years, scientists have had their ears cocked to the sky in a search of voices from outer space. They’ve used telescopes and satellites and huge antennae covering acres in order to try to pick up messages from outside … Continue reading

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Whiter Than Snow

One of the advantages of living in northwest Montana is the fact that we have four distinct seasons, each with its own special beauty.  I always look forward to our first major snowfall–hoping it comes before the end of hunting … Continue reading

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The Joy of Christian Fellowship

  We had the privilege recently of a visit from a Christian couple, Dave and Bonnie Perry.  This past year they moved down from Anchorage, Alaska to a location near Spokane, Washington which is much closer to where we live in northwest Montana. When I … Continue reading

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