Destination Weddings

Introduction I have been involved in two destination weddings for the past three years. None of them have been exotic, but they still provide the opportunity to make several observations. I offer these not as criticism but as food for … Continue reading

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Airline Chaos A Lesson for Christian Marriage

My mother used many catchy phrases to speak the truth to me as a boy. I did not know, and honestly, I am sure she knew their origin was the Bible. Two that have stuck with me and are often … Continue reading

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Fools Tend to Repeat Foolishness

I Samuel 15 Introduction Several years ago, Simon nearly died from huffing a common compressed gas. He was a well-educated professional individual, a member of an evangelical church, married, and had a family of several children.  Unfortunately, like Saul (15:17), … Continue reading

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How Many Strikes Does It Take?

Glancing through some headlines yesterday and today, I wondered how many strikes it takes for an administration to strike out. Playing organized baseball and softball to the age of 42 has taught my memory that the rules state, “Three strikes … Continue reading

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Walking with Jesus in the 21st Century

The Promise I was musing this morning on walking in fellowship with Jesus (I John). As I did, the promise of Jesus to the Disciples came to mind. My pondering merged what he said in these three passages. John 14:26 … Continue reading

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