Monthly Archives: July 2015

Actions Speak

Two weeks ago, I suggested we need to focus more on being than doing.  This week, I want to suggest that we still have to put our faith into action to live a balanced life.  Being in Christ is the … Continue reading

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The Final Frontier?

Recently, two events have gotten me thinking about outer space.  The first was the Pluto flyby.  We may take it for granted, but think about the logistics of such a process.  On January 19, 2006, the rocket carrying the New … Continue reading

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Just Be It

While there may be too much passive Christianity in the world already, I am going to take a chance and say that we need to look at being a Christian differently.  It is more being than doing.  I know the … Continue reading

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So I’m Not Crazy After All

Several years ago, while my mother was still living, I made an annual trek to Minnesota to visit her.  When I got there one year, she was having trouble reading with her glasses.  She kept telling the nursing staff that … Continue reading

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Save the Tiger

In 1973, there was a film called “Save the Tiger”.  It starred Jack Lemmon and he got an Academy Award for his work in it.  I don’t remember much about the movie, but I remember a few things vividly.  It … Continue reading

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