Monthly Archives: April 2017

Don’t Separate Nature From Nature’s God

“The land doesn’t belong to the people. The people belong to the land. The people are to be stewards of the land.” An ancient belief. I don’t begin with the land and that affirmation. Although when I think of our … Continue reading

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Today’s Version Of Good Friday

It’s hardly ever a decision. Of course, some dire situations result when a decision’s made that breathing’s not the best option. That’s dire and impacting in ways we never anticipate. Yet, for the most part, and I guess I’m becoming … Continue reading

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Ever Been A Big Star?

Ever thought you’d be a star? Maybe not a big star [like Hollywood or Hall of Fame in sports or even, sigh, politics?] Still. A star? I approached that once. Yep, when I signed up to be a “senior minister … Continue reading

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Do You Have A Secret Name?

If humility fades some, I fancy myself as a wordsmith. Without blink or pause. Learned that in 8th grade when our class was told, “Learn words; your future will open up more than you’d ever expect.” Of course that comes … Continue reading

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Music Up The Center Aisle Of Your Life

Taken flight lately? Reducing the options, strike off the list, booze, drugs and fashioning your next blame subject. Well, not totally the latter. Because. Because I want to talk about flying in an airplane. Remember your first plane ride? Mine … Continue reading

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Doubt Can Save Our World…And Our Lives

Started my morning with Faith choosing to not participate. Didn’t realize this had later meaning. So, Copper and Caleb and I began our morning jaunt. Went well, mainly because the less than cooperative neighbor didn’t show. Tried to explain to … Continue reading

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The Necessity Of Doubt

Never a voted best notion. Still, if I had to choose between the two. I’d choose to officiate at a funeral and not a wedding. That doesn’t mean I’m against weddings…or marriage. Although, as someone who’s been through divorce, I … Continue reading

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