Monthly Archives: June 2009

The Jon and Kate Train Wreck

Before all the intense media coverage of the Jon and Kate marriage rumors, I never heard of Jon and Kate. Then I heard a lot more than I ever wanted. I mean, why do the media get so transfixed with … Continue reading

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The Desert and Humanity

I begin my sabbatical in the desert. The Colorado Desert at Palm Desert to be specific. I am definitely not like the desert fathers. I am staying at a Marriott timeshare. Though I miss being home and with Suzie, there … Continue reading

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Alzheimer’s and Grieving

Last Saturday (6/13), I officiated at the funeral of Jane Hassler. Jane had suffered from Alzheimer’s for many years. In fact, I am surprised that she lived to the age of 91. She was in a local nursing home for … Continue reading

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We have unique talents

In my Pentecost sermon (, I talked about a book co-authored by Albert L. Winseman, D.Min. The book is Living Your Strengths. At the back of the book is a code to be used to take an online inventory that … Continue reading

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