Monthly Archives: September 2005

Never Went to ‘Nam

Being a High School graduate in 1969 brought change and challenge at every turn. The Viet Nam war was raging on and I was classified 1-A. I wasn’t going to join up, but if I got drafted I would do … Continue reading

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Summer Sausage

I was slicing a piece of summer sausage. But it was different this time. As I was getting ready to eat, Deb was across town, at her job….and fasting….not eating. My wife, Deb works for the city. But she wears … Continue reading

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Hope Over Worry

H. opeO. verW. orry As a Christian, How do I Keep Myself From Living in Desperation? When life is caving in on you consider HOW God is going to help you through these circumstances. When trouble presents itself, the tendency … Continue reading

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A God Who Understands

The phrase, “a God who understands” might seem puzzling at first. “What”…… you might ask, “does this phrase mean?” Let me simply say that the phrase, as simple as it sounds, has emerged in my life as a major theme … Continue reading

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Way Down Deep I’m Basically a Shallow Person

If you know me on the surface, I can appear to be a deep person. I’ve read a little Kierkegaard, some Dostoevsky, Kafka and Nietzsche. I can still quote portions of the prologue to the Canterbury Tales in olde englishe. … Continue reading

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