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Weekly Letters

Shining Lights in a World of Spiritual Darkness

(A TRIBUTE TO QUEEN ELIZABETH II)      Throughout history, including in Bible times, there has often been a drought of godly leadership, but amidst that drought, there are refreshing stories of those who go against the increasingly pagan culture … Continue reading

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Beware of Sinkholes

     Sinkholes are cavities in the ground that form when water erodes underlying rock layers, creating an underground chasm. Types of rock that can be naturally dissolved by groundwater circulating through them are salt beds, gypsum, limestone, dolomite and other … Continue reading

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Christlikeness

     The recent overturning of the Roe v. Wade decision of 1973 has caused a firestorm of protests by abortion advocates who are doing all they can to continue providing women the option to end the life of their … Continue reading

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Birth Pangs

     Although it has been more than half a century, I still remember when we were expecting our first child and my wife Kathy was well past her “due date.” We were eagerly awaiting those “labor pains” to begin to let us … Continue reading

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The Cry for Freedom

     The Fourth of July is a day on which all Americans should celebrate our nation’s cry for freedom.  Since the Second Continental Congress ratified the Declaration of Independence 246 years ago, The United States of America has been a beacon … Continue reading

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Something Beautiful

     Every time I sing or hear the William Gaither chorus, “Something Beautiful,” I am reminded of Ann Kiemel, an iconic figure in the Jesus Movement who in the 1970s and early ’80s, moved millions with her simple faith … Continue reading

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The Lord Will Provide

     Early on in our ministry with Rocky Mountain Bible Mission, I was traveling many miles a week to a number of Bible studies and youth groups throughout our northwest corner of Montana.  When the roads were bad I … Continue reading

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Theory Versus Truth

One of the most timely and important warnings in Scripture is recorded in┬áCol. 2:8: “See to it that no one takes you captive through philosophy and empty deception, according to the traditions of men, according to the elementary principles of … Continue reading

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PS to June 6 WOW

    In the “Wisdom of the Week” this past Monday, I failed to mention a couple things.  Three Lakes Community Bible Church also started an AWANA program which took lots of folks to run efficiently–and it did. So thanks to … Continue reading

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Our Support Team

     In the spring of 1974, we left Portland, Oregon where I had been working for Hyster as a systems engineer. Through our attendance at a good Bible-teaching church and lay involvement with Campus Crusade for Christ and the … Continue reading

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