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Bookend your Days!

Bookend your Days!

Routines are a part of all of our lives. At one time, someone had to remind you to brush your teeth and comb your hair. These were not things you were born doing. You had to learn how and then had to incorporate the practice into your everyday life. Little to any...
Remember:  Don’t Forget!

Remember: Don’t Forget!

As I was reading the Bible this morning, I came again to the book of Judges. Early in the book, we are told that Joshua has died. It is always difficult for folks to lose a leader. For so long, they have followed Joshua’s leadership that they could hardly...
I Don’t Know What To Do

I Don’t Know What To Do

Today is a time that few, if any, of us have ever experienced. Even the bravest find they are moving confidently forward, all the while knowing they do not know where they are going exactly! It is time to take a deep breath and be candid and confess: “I am not...
How to Handle Temptation

How to Handle Temptation

Temptation is seemingly everywhere. You cannot let down your guard; it will strike at the least opportune times. If you think you are immune, you must remember Proverbs 16:18 “Pride goes before destruction, a haughty spirit before a fall.” Before Jesus...
At Home with…

At Home with…

The first part of Colossians 3:16 says “Let the word of Christ dwell in you richly..” The word translated home is the word used to be welcome or to feel comfortable and at home. In other words, there is no place like home. Home is where we can be...
Small is the new big!

Small is the new big!

“Do not despise these small beginnings, for the LORD rejoices to see the work begin, to see the plumb line in Zerubbabel’s hand.” (Zechariah 4:6). Often we think to be noticed or even make progress, we have to do big things in huge ways with enormous amounts of...
Here We Go

Here We Go

We can start over and change anytime, we feel the need, and there is something about a new year that speaks of new beginnings. It is a natural division visited upon us by the calendar. The way it so happens toward the end of the year, we in the United States celebrate...
The Problem of forgetting

The Problem of forgetting

As a young pastor, I went to see a long-time parishioner. She lived in a nursing facility in a “memory-care unit” At that time, I do not recall having any experience with people suffering from dementia or Alzheimer’s. This lady was sitting by herself...