Tag Archives: Philippians 4:8

No void here

I received a text from my son last night. He was “checking in” as my family calls it. He is working at a camp during the off season and will work through his third summer there, as well. He wrote … Continue reading

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Fierce fighter

One of my son’s favorite movie trilogies to watch is the Lord of the Rings, The Two Towers, and Return of the King. I loved seeing him hunkered down on the couch watching Sam, Frodo, Gandalf, and the rest journey … Continue reading

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classic tunes

I recently learned that the classic rock station I listened to in my teens is changing its format to contemporary Christian music. I found myself thinking back to all the memories I made while listening to music from The Who, … Continue reading

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the things we leave behind

When we choose a life with Christ, we are choosing a life without things as well. The more candles that are added to my cake, the more I tend to look back and see where God has moved in me … Continue reading

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God will

Since the school year has ended, my family and I have been busy doing numerous chores around the farm. One of the things on my to-do list is to find flowers for my window boxes and pots. Tonight at church … Continue reading

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Reins

“If anyone considers himself religious and yet does not keep a tight rein on his tongue,┬áhe deceives himself and his religion is worthless (James 1:26).” As I continue to memorize James I often find myself “smacked” by the very words … Continue reading

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