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Who? Me? Both Of Us?

Somewhere along the way, Jesus lured me back to life. I won’t do the whole testimony thing here, you’d be bored. But I will tell you how it’s impacted me in the last decade. Please follow me on Twitter, and … Continue reading

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Some Things To Contemplate Regarding The Birth Of Christ And Our Christmas Legacy

We spend an awful lot of time doing two things at Christmas time in the United States: catering to five year old children, and hawking large luxury items that most of us don’t actually need. What we don’t do is … Continue reading

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Another Miracle To Report

Discretion sometimes causes a lag on items in this blog. Specifically, I hesitate to talk about children that I come in contact with as Santa. Please follow me on Twitter, and “Like” the Facebook author page. Don’t forget to subscribe … Continue reading

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Other Than The New Header, I Want To Chat About Stuff.

Seems that the blog is no longer the eye-catching mother of all inventions that I’d hoped it would be when I put it up a few years ago. Consequently we will be exploring some new headers over the next month … Continue reading

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Sunday’s Present And Past.

I’ve been at my current church a few years now. I used to be a Deacon at another church. That either reflected sterling attributes on my part or bad judgement on the Pastor’s part. I’m inclined to think it was … Continue reading

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