Monthly Archives: March 2015

The Connectedness of Life

James Bender, in his book How to Talk Well, relates the story of a farmer who grew award-winning corn. Each year he entered his corn in the state fair it won a blue ribbon. One year a newspaper reporter interviewed … Continue reading

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The Power Within

Do remember studying potential versus kinetic energy in your high school physics or other science class?   If you don’t recall, here’s a little refresher:             Potential Energy is the stored energy possessed by a body by virtue of its position … Continue reading

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Choosing the Right Road

 I had taken my nephew, Karl Kutz, with me to hunt for deer on a cold, wintry November day. Karl, who is now “Dr. Kutz,” a professor at Multnomah School of the Bible, was in high school at the time.  … Continue reading

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So, What Did You Expect?

 At some point in our lives we have probably all been greatly disappointed or even angered because our expectations were not met.  Maybe we expected a bicycle for Christmas as a child  and just got clothes. Maybe we worked hard … Continue reading

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Daring to be a Daniel

So, what would/will you to do if you are put in a position where you either compromise your Christian convictions or face the possibility of losing your job, not getting your diploma, or maybe even losing your life.  That is … Continue reading

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