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Weekly Letters

Our Best Days

  During one of my recent physical therapy sessions for my shoulder, a couple of the therapists were discussing what period of their lives they expected to be the best, whether those days were behind them or in the present … Continue reading

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In Remembrance

  In 1918, on the eleventh hour of the eleventh day in the eleventh month, the world rejoiced as the Allied powers signed a cease-fire agreement with Germany to bring World War I—“the war to end all wars”—to a close. … Continue reading

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A Lasting Impact

Can you name some well-known Bible characters from the Tribe of Judah?  You may think of David and Solomon and possibly their ancestors Boaz, Obed and Jesse. Hopefully you will think of the most significant offspring— “The Lion of the … Continue reading

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Physical and Spiritual Therapy

  Last May, a week before Memorial Day, Kathy and I went to play tennis with the Sunday afternoon doubles group. It was the first time since Kathy’s back surgery that she felt she would be able to play. We … Continue reading

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Autumn Amazement

We made a quick trip to Oregon on the train last week to help our daughter on some work projects since her husband has to be gone with his job for awhile. The main job involved sheetrocking, taping and mudding … Continue reading

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Only God Can Make a Tree

    The middle of October is one of my very favorite times of year. The heat of summer has subsided as the days grow shorter and the angle of the sun changes to bring about the fall season with its … Continue reading

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Footless Fliers

While on our recent trip to Oregon to spend time with family, we had the rare privilege of witnessing the spectacular phenomenon of thousands of Chimney Swifts preparing for their long migration flight back to South America for the winter.  … Continue reading

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