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  • The making of a shepherd
    As a child, the young shepherd is given simple duties of caring for his Father’s sheep.  In the small things, the child quickly learns the differences in personalities of the sheep and learns from experience which sheep to keep a wide berth on, and which ones he can approach.  Becoming
  • Goals not wishes
    Years ago, when I was employed as a church secretary, and before I became co-pastor, I had the brilliant idea of adding a special feature to our church directory. Mind you, I had ulterior motives because I needed to solve a recurring problem. Hardly a day went by that someone didn’t
  • Holiday emotions
    The joy and excitement of holidays! Laughter, joy, beautiful memories and words of love, wisdom and grace … but what if your experience is more of a season filled with complaining, bitterness, anger, frustration and hurt?  This post first appeared on 12/15/2015) Painful events have a way of stacking on top
  • Sweethearts
    Have you ever wondered why it seems like women fall too often for the assumption that they need a man to be complete? (No, this isn’t some feminist rant). Time and time again, I’ve seen single women who are attempting to pursue careers that yearn to be married, and then
  • All creation speaks of God's glory
    The creation of life didn’t just happen. This video documentary beautifully highlights how science confirms the works of Our Creator.
  • Gifts
    As is common during the Holiday Season, a giant package of goodies arrives at the office in a plain brown box.   Upon opening it, layers and layers of the most delectable goodies one can imagine are discovered: Cookies, candies, cheese spreads, chocolate pretzels, jelly beans, crackers, apples, tangerines, dried fruit,
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