Monthly Archives: November 2014

After Thanksgiving

What is your favorite Thanksgiving memory?  Many of us have had a multitude of Thanksgivings, and most of them blend into a hazy remembrance of family and feast.  As I have been reflecting this week on Thanksgivings past, two memories … Continue reading

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Thanksliving, Take 2

Since I am putting this up a week from Thanksgiving Day, I would like to share a column I posted last year concerning being thankful. This is my 104th blog, marking two full years of weekly posts. Thanksgiving is coming … Continue reading

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Belief or Faith?

What is the difference between believing and having faith?  Most of the time, they are virtually synonymous.  But there are some differences.  And those differences can be critical. Recently Nik Wallenda made headlines walking a high wire between two skyscrapers … Continue reading

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Hope

Last Sunday, our pastor, Rev. Dale Clem, preached on Jeremiah 29:11, “A Message of Hope.”  It brought to mind a book I read 48 years ago.  Not many books stick with you for 48 years.  As I was beginning my … Continue reading

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