Monthly Archives: March 2015

Perception, or Rats and Thieves

Um, yeah, I was totally wrong about that… Have you ever been totally wrong in your perception about someone, or something? Story #1: I was sitting on my porch one Saturday morning, looking across the road at an empty lot, … Continue reading

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A Call To Discipleship

Let’s listen in on a church nominating committee meeting… ‘We need someone to teach the middle schoolers; Alice said she’s been doing it for 2 years and needs a break.’ ‘Anybody have any suggestions?’ ‘What about that guy who helped us … Continue reading

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A Value-Added Life

A few years ago, when visiting my parents, I noticed a couple chairs discarded at the end of a neighbor’s driveway. I thought they had, as we say, ‘potential.’ Much to my family’s chagrin, I loaded them in the car … Continue reading

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The Big Why

I can be a little obsessive regarding this whole WHY thing. It’s like the little kid in that commercial who follows the man around and questions, “Why?” to everything he says or does. Finally, the man says something like, “I … Continue reading

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The Object of our Faith

“It is naive to discuss the theological questions as theological questions until one has considered what truth means to the one who is making the theological statements” ~ Francis Schaeffer, in 1968. Have you ever had a ‘religious’ discussion with … Continue reading

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