Monthly Archives: April 2017

A million little choices

  Yakov Smirnoff came to the United States and then to a theatre in Branson after fleeing the Soviet Union.  One thing that made a big impression on him was the sheer variety of choices in American supermarkets, after the … Continue reading

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Peter’s Post Easter Directive    

The apostle Peter wrote specifically to believers, not those who did not know or care about Jesus, in his first letter to Christians scattered outside Israel. “Because Christ suffered for you, leaving you an example, that you should follow in … Continue reading

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The Work of the People

Have you ever gone to work and your boss was waiting for you by the time card machine?  He said nothing until after you took your card from its slot, placed it beneath the time stamp and heard it imprint … Continue reading

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Why are you in despair?

We excitedly waited for the birth of our third child in Jonesboro, Arkansas.  We received the joyous news only to hear a few weeks later that no heart beat was detected.  Then came the bleeding and the hurried trip to … Continue reading

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