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Weekly Letters

What Happened to Gratefulness?

Quite unbelievably, LaVar Ball, father of one of the three UCLA basketball players recently arrested in China for shoplifting, played down his son’s theft of sunglasses and showed no gratitude to President Trump’s helping the young men avoid a 5-10 … Continue reading

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Beauty out of Judgment

We had the blessing a week ago of going with our entire family (12 of us) to both Zion and Bryce Canyon National Parks and of doing some hiking in the area. None of us had ever been there before … Continue reading

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The True Gospel

  The Apostle Paul, in writing to the church at Rome, said: “For I am not ashamed of the gospel, for it is the power of God for salvation to everyone who believes, to the Jew first and also to … Continue reading

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Preparing the Soil

Our gardening season here in northwest Montana is rather short so timing is pretty crucial. We can actually have frost any month of the year, but normally we are safe from early June until the first part of September. We … Continue reading

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My Favorite Season

Our grandson who is in 8th grade plays a sport every season and sometimes the sports overlap to where he is playing two at a time. But if you ask him what his favorite sport is, he will usually tell … Continue reading

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God So Loved the World

We were blessed yesterday to have Jill (not her real name) with us to speak to us during Sunday School, the worship service and a special evening service. We have been praying for and supporting Jill for 36 years. She … Continue reading

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The Power of the Tongue

We just returned from a trip to see our family in Oregon and saw first-hand the sad scene in the Columbia Gorge in the Cascade Locks/Multnomah Falls area (from Hood River to Troutdale).  This summer was extremely hot and dry … Continue reading

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