Monthly Archives: November 2014

Happy Thanksgiving

“Thanksgiving is an emotional time. People travel thousands of miles to be with people they only see once a year, and then discover once a year is way too often” –  Johnny Carson I hope this won’t be your sentiments … Continue reading

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Rock Piles Of Faith

Yesterday was a very cool day of worship at the church where I worship. The children helped plan and lead our entire church in worship yesterday. Middle-schoolers played with adult musicians on the worship band. Elementary girls got up on … Continue reading

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Perception Vs. Reality

I asked my Dad, “Do you remember what it was like to be a son to your Mom and Dad when you were younger as opposed to what it felt like as you grew older? What did honoring your Mother … Continue reading

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It Ain’t What I Think I Think

I was driving my dad to his cataract surgery appointment. It’s a weird feeling taking your dad, who you once viewed as indestructible, to an appointment that would correct an old person thing called “cataracts.” When did my dad get … Continue reading

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Suffering And Faith

Faith Community Church has been doing this amazing study in the challenging book of Job. I have come across so many good quotes I’ve been unable to use in my messages, but here’s one that really struck me. As German … Continue reading

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A Picture Of Grace

My Mom and Dad are incredible people, but I have to believe that the young Roger and Amy Lewis probably would not have signed up for the marital “adventure” of debilitating disease. But whether they liked it or not disease … Continue reading

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They Meant What They Vowed

There are those moments in life when what really matters becomes painfully clear. Most of life is shaped by the time demands of the un-urgent, and the tyranny of the un-important. But there are those rare moments of clarity when … Continue reading

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