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The Lord knows the widow at Zarephath and is aware of her needs There was a great drought in the land at the time of Elijah’s visit to the widow at Zarephath in 1 Kings. This story bears … more
January 9th was National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day. In my service to the Dodge County Sheriff’s Office as a Chaplain, I have come to observe and appreciate how these law enforcement … more
In the book Restoring Your Spiritual Passion, Gordon McDonald writes: “One memory that burns deep within is that of a plane flight on which I was headed toward a meeting that would determine a … more
September is Suicide Awareness and Prevention month. Triton Public Schools did a presentation on Wednesday, September 13 called “My Ascension”, a documentary of a young girl who attempted to take … more
Elizabeth Elliot makes a point in one of her books that God desires us to grow in our lives for Him and that means God wants to break down the idols of our life – one by one. That point forces us … more
What breaks your heart? This is more than a bad day, or a break-up with your last date. What are those things that you are passionate about? Is it your family, your job, your hobbies, people in your … more
Freedom: Miriam Webster says, “1: the quality or state of being free: such as a: the absence of necessity, coercion, or constraint in choice or action, b: liberation from slavery or restraint or … more
Walk a mile in your neighbor’s shoes You’ll understand them better if you do See the world through your neighbor’s eyes So many things you’ll realize Live a day in the … more
As International Women’s Day was on March 8th, I’d like to take this space to honor women whose lives have been a fine witness to the Christian faith over the years and have touched so many with … more
I don’t know about you but that seems impossible. How in the world can you love someone who doesn’t love you? How in the world can you love someone who wants to do you harm and tear you down? … more
I’m sure that you have heard of being OCD (Obsessive Compulsive Disorder), but have you ever heard of OPD (Obsessive Productive Disorder)? I haven’t either, and I did do a Google search before I … more
This is the time of year when people tend to start worrying about driving in bad weather. No one wants to get stranded in the ditch on the side of an icy road in the middle of a snow storm. I have … more
We are living in an era in which everyone wants to feel good.   Self-esteem is the “in” thing.   We fear making anyone feel badly about themselves.   Some schools have even … more
A little girl was once standing on the edge of a crowd while her daddy was giving a testimony about what Jesus Christ had done in his life.   He was testifying how the Lord had saved him and … more
Francis Schaeffer, in his book “Escape From Reason”, illustrates that life is like a two-story house.   The first story is like the lower order of man including the earth and all … more
I like having options and variety. I like finding different ways to drive somewhere. Sometimes I need to go to Wabasha- there are 3 different major routes to get there- one is scenic and full of s … more
In the Old Testament, Solomon expresses his dismay at life – “I have seen everything that is done under the sun, and behold, all is vanity and a striving after wind.” (Ecclesiastes … more
When certain trials in our life take hold of us, how do we respond? Do we turn our face toward the danger and take it head on, or do we wilt and let fear overcome us? Over the last few years of my … more
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