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On Mission to Share Joy

On Mission to Share Joy

A couple of weeks ago one of my granddaughters and I visited a local bookstore warehouse where all books, other than those for children, are $.98. It was fun to browse. Many of the books were from a different era, but sometimes that just doesn’t matter. One of my...
On Mission to Know Who We Are

On Mission to Know Who We Are

God’s Presence With His People The scene is the dedication of God’s Temple built by King Solomon in Jerusalem. The conversation is recorded in 2 Chronicles 6-7. The tone is one of seriousness as Solomon asks God in in 6:40-41, “Now, O my God, I pray, let Your eyes be...
On Mission to Be a Family

On Mission to Be a Family

Be humble. Be patient. Love one another well. And so ended his message to the Bible Church last Sunday after Isaac Adams taught on Ephesians 4:1-16. Such a teaching sometimes calls for taking our spiritual temperature to see how we’re doing? Are we healthy and on a...
On Mission to Pay Attention

On Mission to Pay Attention

You know, we’ve been around COVID-19 for quite a while, and unfortunately, it is still here and impacting the way we live our lives. This virus is affecting us, our children, our neighbors….all of us…in the way we view ourselves, our futures, our way of life. A cloud...
On Mission to Worship the One Who Is Worthy

On Mission to Worship the One Who Is Worthy

Recently Dwight and I had the opportunity to take a few days away at the coast. It was glorious. Why? It was glorious because for a few days I was still enough to stop, look, meditate, praise, be in awe! I watched the sun come up. I watched the lightning flash in the...