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The 4th of July. Freedom. Red, white, and blue. Parades, picnics, and parties. Dusk arrives and we gather at the ball field, as children’s eyes fill with wonder as they gaze, open-mouthed, at the dazzling arrays of fireworks lighting up the night sky. We finally return to the neighborhood cul-de-sac with our bags of sparklers, whistlin’ petes,… Read more »
When you think back to summertime as a kid, what comes to mind? Other than NO SCHOOL OR HOMEWORK, perhaps it was afternoons at the park or in the pool, or the smell of the briquettes getting ready for delicious “tube steaks”. But best of all… summertime meant the return of the neighborhood ICE… Read more »
Lately, I’ve been thinking a lot about prayer. As Christians, prayer is typically (hopefully!) part of our lives in some way, whether it’s saying grace around the dinner table, or running through a list of our family and friends each night when we say our bedtime prayers. We might pray for the health of our… Read more »
(((This is an Easter blog I wrote a couple years ago, but since Resurrection Sunday falls on the same day that we flip the calendar page, I thought it’d be good to revisit again.))) You’ve probably heard the saying, “March comes in like a lion and goes out like a lamb.” As we’re in Easter… Read more »
I love “love”… Real love. Authentic and selfless love. God’s version of love. It gives you and me a perfect and clear example of what real love is. God provided a way back to Him through Jesus’ work on the cross because He first loved us. And it lays the foundation for our existence as… Read more »
Here it comes, whether we’re ready or not! We’re immersed right in the middle of the Christmas season. We head out to find the prettiest Christmas tree on the lot (or we pull the “realistic” one out of the box), head home where lights are hung on each branch, old ornaments are dusted off (my… Read more »