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Weekly Letters

Made for Music

Music, both instrumental and vocal, has always played a key role in our lives. My mom and sister (as well as my wife, daughter, and multiple other family members) have played (or play) the piano.  I have played the French Horn … Continue reading

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God’s Plan for Thanksgiving

     Probably the majority of Americans think of Thanksgiving Day as a custom which began with the Pilgrims in 1621. To them the day did not mean a day of turkey and dressing, candied yams, green-bean casserole, cranberry salad … Continue reading

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“…And God Lives On!”

     As the ducks and geese go by far overhead in their long migration to warmer climates for the winter, I think of a fun song, The Duck Song, that we used to sing at Bible camp. As I reflect on … Continue reading

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Stand Firm!

     Living in a rapidly changing culture has prompted many messages by pastors and a number of books on how to maintain our Christian convictions and lifestyle when our culture is becoming more and more anti-Christian.  I think of How … Continue reading

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Feeling Clean

     One modern “luxury” that I really appreciate is running water and hot water tanks so I can take a shower.  I love to feel clean, especially before I go to bed at night.  Since we have lots of … Continue reading

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Where Will We Go From Here?

     Someone asked me before the general election two years ago (2020) whether I thought it was a crucial election?  I replied that I was convinced we were at an unprecedented crossroad in our nation and that the outcome … Continue reading

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God’s Amazing Design

     We had the privilege this past week of hiking with some friends to a mountain lake in the Cabinet Wilderness near our home in northwest Montana. What a beautiful time to be up in the mountains where the … Continue reading

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Where Are You Storing Your Treasures?

     Have you noticed the proliferation of storage units springing up everywhere. We have many of them in our little northwest corner of Montana, but as we travel through Idaho, Washington and Oregon, we notice the same phenomenon–storage units … Continue reading

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An Amazing Monarch

     If you’ve watched any news today you have most likely witnessed the love and respect of the world for a godly woman, Queen Elizabeth II, who reigned over Great Britain for an amazing 70 years.  Eighty percent of … Continue reading

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Why Go To Church?

     During the peak of the Covid-19 epidemic, many schools and businesses had to shut down, Classes started being taught by Zoom and many workers were able to do much of their work from home via the computer and … Continue reading

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