Monthly Archives: March 2011

What’s Inside?

One of the most unpleasant food experiences I’ve had is to bite in to what appears to be a bright red, crisp and juicy apple, only to find it mushy and tasteless, all the sugar and tartness gone to starchy … Continue reading

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No Excuse

One of the blogs I’ve encountered in researching this week’s text is named “Brain Cramps for God,” and what I’ve found in the research has made me empathize with that blog’s title. Whew! Once again I have to say that … Continue reading

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Bad Trades

As I was just saying after a baked potato lunch at church Sunday, I wish I still had my spud gun. No, not a big PVC bazooka that fires whole potatoes, but a little metal toy pistol that with a … Continue reading

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Faith to Faith

I must be crazy! Last November when I prayed and thought over sermon texts for this year, I felt led to tackle preaching through the epistle to the Romans. The first chapters seemed appropriate to Lent and the remainder could … Continue reading

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Only Jesus

He had directions from Google maps. He had long experience driving in the area. He had a GPS unit. Karl still got very lost driving from Chicago to the north suburbs. In a recent article in the Covenant Quarterly, Karl … Continue reading

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