Monthly Archives: May 2016

The Symbol of the Cross

When our family had the privilege many years ago of camping in Europe and visiting some 13 countries over a six-week period, one of the highlights of our experience was to visit some of the cemeteries in The Netherlands,  Belgium, … Continue reading

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The Pretender

Some of you probably remember “The Pretender” TV series that aired from 1996-2000 on NBC.  Michael T. Weiss played “Jarod,” a very intelligent person with the ability to slide into somebody else’s vocational role. The series was inspired by a … Continue reading

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Why Do Animals Play?

Even though it is quite a pain to protect all our bushes, trees, flowers and vegetable garden from our local white tail deer herd, we are also rewarded with getting to see a newborn fawn that mom brings to show … Continue reading

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A Sweet Aroma

The first week of May has to be one of my very favorite weeks out of the whole year, at least in this “neck of the woods” where we live. This is normally when the lilacs and fruit trees are … Continue reading

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Narrow-Gate Choices

On our recent trip to spend some time with the family in Oregon, we had the privilege of attending church with them. Pastor Jon Strutz (who happened to grow up in Montana!) was in a series on “Growing in Christ” … Continue reading

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