Monthly Archives: November 2016

All From a Plate of Cookies

It all started with a plate of cookies brought to some new neighbors in Arlington Heights in Chicago. The Lee Strobel family had just moved in.  That led to an invitation to church. Mrs. Strobel (Leslie) went with the neighbors … Continue reading

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Thanksliving

   Have you noticed that saying “thank you” seems to be becoming a lost art, especially among the youth. I help out with coaching the high school tennis team and I really appreciate how our head coach works at having … Continue reading

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“I’d Rather Be…”

  I’m sure you have seen bumper stickers that say: “I’D RATHER BE FLYING… GOLFING… FISHING… HUNTING” etc.  Maybe you even have such a sticker on your vehicle.  There are many things I enjoy such as hiking, hunting, fishing, cross-country … Continue reading

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A Short History of Liberty

  I was going through a file the other day and ran across a a very interesting article by Dean Russell reprinted from The Freeman dated January 1955 and entitled “A Short History of Liberty.” From Biblical times, such as … Continue reading

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