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Weekly Letters

Just Ordinary Folks

Ever notice how God—for the most part—uses ordinary folks and then does extraordinary things through them. The Apostle Paul wrote the following in his letter to the Corinthian church: “For consider your calling, brethren, that there were not many wise … Continue reading

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It’s Spring!

We still have some pretty big snow banks that are melting slowly, but we also have a variety of signs of spring and new life. The robins have been back for a couple weeks and are actually able to find … Continue reading

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Be A Barnabas

  There is something we need to do for each other that becomes more and more important the closer we come to the Lord’s return. What is it?  In fact, many of you reading this are badly in need of … Continue reading

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Be Encouraged

One of the greatest gifts you can give someone is encouragement.  Probably all of us at times become discouraged, especially given the crazy world we live in today that has lost its moorings and has become exceedingly corrupt, evil and … Continue reading

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All That Glitters is Not Gold

   This is March 11th and we still have 16 inches of snow on the ground (and today is the first day of the high school spring sports season for tennis (with which I help), and track and softball!).  Our … Continue reading

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A God of Order

I still have a number of my college textbooks from the 1960’s.  I knew that some like my physics, chemistry, thermodynamics and math books and math tables would continue to be good reference books because the laws of math and … Continue reading

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Focusing on What We Can Control

My wife and I are currently reading Not Forgotten by Kenneth Bae. It is the true story of his imprisonment in North Korea from Nov.3, 2012 –Nov. 18, 2014. Kenneth, born in South Korea, felt led by God to be … Continue reading

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