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The Fish Ate My Fishing Pole!

We took our two daughters fishing last Saturday for the first time.  They are 4 and 3 years old, and they were so excited!  It was a humid but pretty day, and the bass were biting.  We were fishing from … Continue reading

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A Tale of Two Farmers

Once there were two farmers. Both were good men.  Both loved to farm.  They both had dreams of being the best farmer in the county.  Now, surely there are different ways to measure how good a farmer is, but both … Continue reading

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Beginning from Jerusalem

Christians today find their call to ministry in the words and mission of Jesus.  The first century Apostles did the same.  When Jesus said, “Go therefore and make disciples of all the nations,” the disciples took him literally and began … Continue reading

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The God of the Impossible

My wife and I have three little children, and since the oldest is only 3 ½ years old, things can get interesting for our family!  In the midst of our little adventures, we get all kinds of questions like “What … Continue reading

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Blue Skies and Rainbows

My family was enjoying an afternoon together this weekend at… Walmart. Okay, I admit that “enjoying” can be a relative term, especially when you’re an introvert in Walmart.  Nonetheless, we were having a good time trying to find a cheap, … Continue reading

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