Category Archives: Holidays

“At the name of Jesus every knee should bend” (Philippians 2:10)

For the name of Jesus, we return to Christmas Eve. The angels have finished their announcement of the birth of the messiah to a group of shepherds. The angels return to heaven. The shepherds leave their sheep to fend for … Continue reading

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The Greatest Gift of All

Sara Wood and her son, Landon, were facing a bleak Christmas this year. Landon is five years old. They were sleeping in the same bed at her parent’s home. Her husband and his father, Staff Sgt. Scott Wood, died four … Continue reading

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God Gives Us What We Need

Not only is today turkey day, it is also turkey season. I don’t know where one goes to hunt turkeys, but I do know that some cities and counties have ordinances prohibiting hunting in city limits and/or designated areas of … Continue reading

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Easter 2011

This year is marked by uprisings in North Africa and the Middle East. The people have gathered in numbers of sufficient size to challenge their authoritarian governments. They are successful, in part, due to the reluctance of the various militaries … Continue reading

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Our economy is still ailing. Though there are signs that production in our country is improving, unemployment remains high. This is typical of an economic recovery. It takes time for businesses to hire people once their own companies begin to … Continue reading

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