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Connecting with Friends

Connecting with Friends

It was good to be at Dakota Ridge Assembly in Littleton today. We were able to see many friends from our days as Pastors of the church. We appreciate the fine work and hospitality of Pastor Paul and Vickie Church. They are committed to developing a strong ministry and have established a good foundation on(…)

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Crying out to God

Crying out to God

Today we made a early afternoon trip to Lakewood. We met up with Christian and Bridget and the grandkids at one of our favorite Chinese food restaurants. Tomorrow we will attend Dakota Ridge Assembly and be present for the vow renewal of George and Annette Brauchler. I married George and Annette 15 years ago. Our(…)

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The Cry for a King

Today was a fairly laid back day; I got another “walk” outside and an afternoon walk. In some ways it is hard to believe it has been three weeks since my last infection and health crisis. I am glad that I have bounced back as well as I have. One of the side benefits of(…)

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Ten Things

Ten Things

 It seems like spring is beginning to come to the Rockies after all. This afternoon I was able to get out of the house for a little “walk.” For me that is moving my feet in front of my power wheelchair. When I was doing this at the rehab hospital one of the therapists told(…)

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Three Bedrock Truths about God

BIBLE VERSE FOR TODAY… The Lord is good. His mercy endures forever. His faithfulness endures throughout every generation. Psalm 100:5 I want to try to keep my blogs shorter, so I decided to begin at my usual end with a Bible verse. This is one of the Psalms that I read today in my daily(…)

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From Bitterness to Blessing

From Bitterness to Blessing

I read the Book of Ruth this morning as part of my daily Bible reading. This brief book is somewhat of an interlude in the historic account of Israel moving into the Promise land. It is significant at the end of the story because Ruth from a foreign country (Moab) becomes the great grandmother of(…)

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