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Thoughts on Memorial Day


As Memorial Day approaches I find my thoughts turning to the many friends and family who have passed on in the service of their country. Classmates who went to that hell hole we called Nam never to return, those who … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving Proclamation President George Washington


As we pause and give thanks for our many blessings today, I thought it a good time to consider what one of our founders said those many years ago. Thanksgiving Proclamation President George Washington City of New York, October 3, … Continue reading

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Off The Map


Recently I have been involved in an on-line discussion about why we so often launch into new revelation only to fall back into the same old-same old. There are many reasons we discussed, fear, pride, comfort and habit to name … Continue reading

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Four More Years


Well Election Day 2012 has come and gone. This election cycle may go down as the most deeply divided we have seen. It will surely go down as the most expensive in history and by a large margin. Finally, after … Continue reading

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How Should the Church Vote?


One thing that is painfully apparent as we approach the elections this year is the deep chasm in this country. Perhaps not so much for the average person, but certainly this is so in politics and the media. The political … Continue reading

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An Unexpected Adventure


Yesterday, work took me to southern Vermont. This is a trip I make often and I am quite familiar with the route. In fact, I could almost drive it in my sleep. My last appointment of the day was outside … Continue reading

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HOP to It


A growing trend we see in the Church today is the House of Prayer movement. From Kansas City, to Seattle, to Atlanta, Washington DC, Boston, and even to small towns we see places springing up dedicated to 24-7 worship and … Continue reading

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