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Ice Skating!

 February 24, 2020

Come, go ice skating with me, my love. These Michigan winters are too wonderful to let go by without recognition. I know we’re too old for such nonsense. I know we may fall. Yes, we will make fools of ourselves. I know what the neighbors will say. Come skate with me, my love. There are […]

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Psalm 112: The Rewards of Wisdom

 February 20, 2020

What if I told you, you were rich? Would you believe me? If you are wise, then you are rich, or so we learn in Psalm 112. Psalm 112 Virtue is its own reward, we’ve heard many times. As a writer, I’ve been told that the work is its own reward. (That is true, but […]

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A Peanut Butter Facial

 February 17, 2020

(Guest post by Ken Wyatt) It was one of our memorable marriage moments. I was serving a tour of duty with the U.S. Army in Seoul, Korea. I was living off base with GiGi and our first son, Erik, in a Seoul apartment house. Our common entertainment was an evening of card games. And it […]

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Psalm 111: Where Do We Find Wisdom?

 February 13, 2020

Who are the wise among us? What constitutes wisdom? Stephen Hawking, a professed atheist, is considered one of the most intelligent people alive today. But is he wise? What about the members of Congress? Is there any wisdom to be found there? Or are they just out for their own good, setting policies that support […]

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Valentine’s Day – the Holiday of Romance

 February 10, 2020

(Guest Post by Brad Flory) Romance is not a thing of constant beauty for some women. Take my wife, for one beleaguered example. Over fifteen years of writing newspaper columns, I have steadily revealed some of the more absurd details of our romance without seeking her permission. Revelations! I revealed that on our wedding night […]

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Psalm 110: A Priest Forever

 February 6, 2020

The Lord has sworn and will not change his mind, “You are a priest forever according to the order of Melchizedek.” (4) For years I’ve been hearing this passage from Psalm 110 but who is this Melchizedek and what is the priesthood that is being referred to? Who Is Melchizedek? In the past I’ve wondered […]

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Psalm 109: Expletive Deleted!

 January 30, 2020

Why do we say that someone who peppers his speech with swear words has a “colorful” language? I personally think their language is drab and dull. Not only does it show a lack of vocabulary, it shows a lack of imagination. Now if you are looking for colorful curses, you need look no further than […]

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Marriage Can Be Difficult

 January 27, 2020

Parenting is an ever-changing job. As soon as you think you’ve got one stage conquered, along comes another challenging you to adjust and fine-tune your parenting skills. Marriage is also ever-changing. While the changes may not be as apparent as the obvious growth from infant to childhood to teen to young adult, they are there […]

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Man of the Month – Now Available for Pre-Sale!

 January 26, 2020

In time to shake the winter blues away! Man of the Month, book nine of Dancing through Life series, is now available for pre-order through Amazon. Gwen, from book six of Dancing through Life series, comes back to St. Luke’s in Cascade Falls for her ministry internship. The last place Gwen wanted to do her […]

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Psalm 108: Painting with a Brush of Thanksgiving.

 January 23, 2020

“The great painter boasted that he mixed all his colors with brains, and the great saint may be said to mix all his thoughts with thanks.” G.K. Chesterton A saint is someone who paints with the brush of thanksgiving. All events, all thoughts, are colored by thanksgiving. Such is the situation in Psalm 108. Psalm […]

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