Love Like Jesus

Love Like Jesus

This is a story about a man named Doug Nichols. In 1967, Doug Nichols was serving as a missionary in India. He contracted tuberculosis, and was sent to a sanitarium to recuperate. Though he was not living on much more money than the people from India in the sanitarium, they thought that because he was an American, he had to be rich. Doug said, “They didn’t know that I was just as broke as they were.” Continue reading

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Hopeful Fans

Eternal Glory

Since it is Super Bowl Sunday I thought this was a very appropriate article for today. I was digging around some old archives I had saved on the computer and came along this article. It had no author attached to it. It was definitely written by someone other than me but I could not find the author, so my apologies for not giving recognition due. Continue reading

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No Room


Well, it’s Christmas morning and I hope everyone has a very Merry Christmas. I have this thing each Christmas morning that I read the narrative of Jesus birth in the first 2 chapters or Luke. Each holiday season we hear about there being no room at the Inn. For some reason this has really hung with me this month. Continue reading

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Listen to the Right Voice

Walking on Water

In our current technological age there is so much information out there that it is mind boggling. With recent articles and talk of “Fake News” there are many times when you don’t know who is right or who to listen to. That’s why I have found a section of Matthew 14 to be quite revealing lately. Continue reading

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The Hole in the Wall Gang

Hole in the Wall

The Hole-in-the-Wall Gang was a gang in the American Wild West, which took its name from the Hole-in-the-Wall Pass in Johnson County, Wyoming, where several outlaw gangs had their hideouts. If you saw the 1969 movie “Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid” with Paul Newman and Robert Redford, then you have heard of this gang. Continue reading

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Casting Your Cares

Casting Your Cares

I haven’t been fishing in years, but in my younger days that is all I did. I still remember my initial days fishing in North Dakota. My parents would put me on a bank next to some reeds with a cane pole and a bobber. Not very high tech but a lot of fun. Continue reading

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What’s That Smell?

Daunte the Dog

I have this really cool dog. He’s a 70 pound English Bulldog/Shar-Pei. Kind of a wrinkly bulldog. We named him Daunte after Daunte Culpepper. He even has his own jersey. Continue reading

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Circumstantial Priorities

Money or Water

I have always been fascinated by how our priorities change due to different circumstances, different times or places in our lives. We make radically different choices depending on our surroundings or what is taking place at the time. Continue reading

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