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Where Have You Been Drinking?

September 10, 2020

God’s prophets had a tough gig. They were to speak on behalf of God to his people. At first glance, what was so difficult about that? Wouldn’t people want to hear from God? You’d think the guy with a direct connection to the Creator and Sustainer of the world would be revered. The writer of […]

Powerful Fools

August 27, 2020

August 27, 2020 Church Family, There’s a guy down the road from our home who has a political sign in his yard. Some find it offensive. Some drive by and snicker. It simply says, “Inslee’s an Idiot.” I’m the guy who snickers. I wouldn’t put that sign in our yard but those three words resonate […]

A Low Whisper in Loud Times

August 20, 2020

Church Family, In 1 Kings 19, Elijah was ready to “tap out”. He was weary, tired of knocking heads with the king and frustrated with the unresponsive populace. God was of little concern in the palace and of little concern of the people. Heaven was sounding pretty good to the prophet right about then. But […]

The Virus, the Governor, and Worship

April 30, 2020

Pity my wife. She has to hear my rants. And she has heard a lot of them as of late. In fact, she probably could ghost write this blog. No argument that the virus is real, nasty, and dangerous. But it is not equally dangerous to all. Nevertheless, our governor has shut our state down; […]

Some Ideas to Recognize “Good Friday” While at Home

April 8, 2020

“Good Friday” is one of the most meaningful days on the church calendar. It is the day we recognize Jesus dying on the cross. Each year we gather as a church to reflect upon the death of our Savior and our role requiring the Atonement. This year we are unable to gather. Nevertheless, we are […]

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