Monthly Archive: December 2015

Dec 29

Uncertain Assumptions You May Be Making

We make many assumptions as we go about our days.  Most of these are not a big deal if they do not turn out as we have assumed.  Our battery may be dead, our TV show may not have recorded as we intended, but we will live. But when it comes to assumptions in the spiritual …

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Dec 22

Merry Christmas

From my family to yours — Merry Christmas. May your holiday be blessed with joy, family, and love. Thanks for being a part of our lives. I am richly blessed as the pictures below demonstrate.

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Dec 20

3 Years of Blogging – I Finished My Goal!

I finished, but I am not done!   When I started this blog 3 years ago, I made a personal commitment to it for 3 years.  I knew that most blogs die pretty quickly, but I wanted mine to persevere for at least three years.  My goal was to write three posts a week on …

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Dec 17

“I am Going to Do Better.”

On Thursday, December 3rd I preached the funeral of a brother in Christ, Eric England.  Eric was only 53 years of age.  His lung cancer was vicious and relentless in its pursuit of his body.  It did its work in a short amount of time.  His initial diagnosis was not that bad, but it continued …

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Dec 15

Reflections on Building Our House

Our life has been crazy the last five weeks, well crazier then than the last 8 months I should say.  All of it has been too busy.  We don’t esteem busyness, so we haven’t been proud of how booked we have been.  However, we had a Dec. 12th move-in-date and over the last 5 weeks …

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