Monthly Archives: April 2015

The Wedding that Wasn’t

As I prepare for two weddings in three weeks, I have been reflecting on some of my stranger wedding experiences.  I imagine every minister has a few that do not go according to plan, but I probably have enough to … Continue reading

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When Miracles Don’t Happen

I don’t know how young I was, but it had to be when I was around 3rd or 4th grade.  I was watching the most fascinating program on television.  I had never seen anything like it before and I was … Continue reading

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Too Much of a Good Thing

As children, the phrase “too much of a good thing” makes absolutely no sense.  How can there be too much of something good?  If some is good, more is better.  It does not compute with the childlike brain.  And to … Continue reading

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Farewell Robert Schuller

It did not make much of a splash in the national news, but the Christian church lost a bright light this past week. The death or Dr. Robert Schuller would have made more news if he had been involved in … Continue reading

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It’s Friday (but Sunday’s Comin’)

One of my favorite speakers is Dr. Anthony Campolo, a sociology professor at Eastern College, near Philadelphia. Tony is also a preacher and an author.  The title of this blog is the title of one of his books.  I heard … Continue reading

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