Monthly Archives: July 2013

One Day at a Time

Some of you may be familiar with the words and the tune to “One Day at a Time.” It was written by Kris Kristofferson and Marijohn Wilkin. Previously recorded by other female vocalists it actually reached No. 1 on the … Continue reading

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God is Good

  If you read my blog from earlier this week you are probably questioning my sanity!  Two cars, a hot water tank, and a now a fugitive somewhere around the church on Monday during VBS.  You would suspect that there … Continue reading

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It’s All Broken!

       At 2:11am on Friday we had a driver of a Chrysler mini-van plow into the back-end of my wife’s SUV. If that wasn’t bad enough they hit the SUV hard enough that it pushed it into the backend of … Continue reading

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Rally Cry

In movies, literature and life there are moments when a group of people are called to action.  A crisis or struggle arises that is so compelling that the collective involved cannot ignore it. Erin Brockovich believed that the literal health … Continue reading

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Limits

If you look at this image closely it is a wordle or word cloud.  And in the background it says “NO LIMITS.” We use positive and affirmative ideologies to promote the concept that a person can be anything they want … Continue reading

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Scriptura

Last Sunday was my first of what I hope is many more with St. John’s UMC.  It was a wonderful day of worship followed by a welcoming reception in the rotunda.  My family and I are grateful for the warm … Continue reading

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