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The Black Eyes of Jesus

BIBLE VERSE FOR TODAY…. As Scripture says, “God’s name is cursed among the nations because of you.” Romans 2:24 GW I am back at least for today. Life has been good for me recently. I am thankful for feeling better than I have in the last two years. My mobility is getting better, certainly facilitated by(…)


Your Father Knows

BIBLE VERSE FOR TODAY…. “Don’t ever worry and say, ‘What are we going to eat?’ or ‘What are we going to drink?’ or ‘What are we going to wear?’ Everyone is concerned about these things, and your heavenly Father certainly knows you need all of them.” Mattew 6:31,32 GW As I was reading the “Sermon on the(…)


The Peril of Forgetting God’s Faithfulness

BIBLE VERSE FOR TODAY…. “The men of Ephraim, well-equipped with bows and arrows, turned and ran on the day of battle. They had not been faithful to God’s promise. They refused to follow his teachings. They forgot what he had done—the miracles that he had shown them.” Psalm 78:9-11 GW These verses are ones that I have referenced over the years of(…)


Leadership Under Attack

I am almost afraid to see how long it has been since I have written a reflection on scripture. Perhaps the reason for a lengthy dissertation below. Debbie and I have been keeping busy. The end of last month we attended a “Grand-parenting Summit” in southern California and then spent an additional week there as(…)


Repetition for a Reason

When it comes to me and my activities, “no news is good news.” I’m glad I continue to be active and pain free! Debbie is a continuing a prolonged transition from being a case manager to being an “R.N. Resource Specialist”. This will lighten her work load and allow her to support and mentor other(…)


Stewardship or Lordship

Greetings friends! I am pleased to be doing much better than anytime in the past two years. Back to working out and losing weight. Debbie is in the process of a job assignment change that will give her, hopefully, a lighter schedule and ease her into retirement. During the time all the family was together(…)