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Weekly Letters

Pretty Lights

While pastoring at Three Lakes Bible Church, on Wednesday evenings we used to pick up some neighbor kids and take them to our AWANA program for children and youth.  At this time of year, when decorations have gone up for … Continue reading

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Trust in the Lord and Do Good

  I enjoy listening to “In The Market” on Moody Radio. Janet Parshall, host of the daily broadcast, deals with current issues and how we, as Christians, should respond.  She doesn’t shy away from tackling tough, controversial topics. As Janet … Continue reading

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Keeping Your Balance

  We enjoy watching gymnastics and are amazed at the abilities of the gymnasts. All of the events are impressive, demonstrating the gymnasts amazing strength and flexibility and timing, but one in particular shows the athlete’s balance and that, of … Continue reading

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Keep God’s Word as the Main Thing

   I wrote a “Wisdom of the Week” on June 23, 2014 entitled “You’ll Never Make It As A Missionary” about friend and missionary, Doug Nichols, who along with his wife Margaret, were classmates of my wife Kathy at Prairie … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving and Praise

  “Shout joyfully to the LORD, all the earth. Serve the LORD with gladness; come before Him with joyful singing. Know that the LORD Himself is God. It is He who has made us and not we ourselves; we are … Continue reading

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The Real “War to End All Wars”

World War I, known as “The Great War,” officially ended when the “Treaty of Versailles” was signed on June 28, 1918 outside the town of Versailles, France. Fighting, however ceased seven months earlier when an armistice—temporary cessation of hostilities—between the … Continue reading

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Another Godly Legacy

  Two days after the celebration of life service for Ellis (Al) Stewart (long-time friend and elder at Three Lakes where I pastored), I was involved in a memorial service for another dear saint, Phil Lemen, to whom God gave … Continue reading

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