I Can Only Imagine

I am pleased to report that I am doing much better. It seems that the prednisone boost, and medication to relieve nerve pain in addition to prayer has give me relief from the constant pain I was experiencing. I trust that I will be able to return to some of my therapy and work out(…)

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When God Makes You Look Bad

Here we are at the end of June! It was five years ago today that Debbie and I moved into our home in Fort Collins. At this point I am still in recovery mode from my back surgery. After feeling I had “turned a corner” a few weeks ago, I have had some challenges with(…)

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Just Say the Word

BIBLE VERSE FOR TODAY…. “Just say the word from where you are, and my servant will be healed.” Luke 7:7 NLT We see in scriptures some of the greatest faith expressed from some of the most unlikely individuals. Perhaps it is because some people don’t know any better than to take Jesus as His Word. That(…)

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The Final Battle

This is my first-day “post-op.” Yesterday I had surgery to address a herniated disc in my lower back. The surgeon actually referred to it as “blown” which means it was worse than the MRI revealed. Surgery was definitely needed. I am glad that I am progressing. The greatest post-surgical pain has been in my throat.(…)

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Assurance for the Generous

With each medical challenge, we pray it will be the last. This Wednesday (May 23) at 11 a.m. I go in for surgery on a herniated disc. The procedure is a one to two hour outpatient surgery. The surgeon will trim the herniated portion of the disc away from my siatic nerve. I appreciate your(…)

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Living Up to Our Calling

It was an honor to have Dr. Jim Diehl as our guest speaker at our men’s breakfast this morning at Timberline Church. Dr. Diehl is a former pastor of Denver First Church and is Superintendent Emeritus of The Church of the Nazarene. He is still active in ministry and is a great example of continued(…)

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