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The Greatest Bargain

By Sheri Boulet / 5 years ago

I love to shop, love to dig through the racks and find the best price I can on an item. I don’t shop a lot, although my husband would probably argue that, but I like it. Finding a skirt marked down to $7 from $40 when you have otherwise been having a crummy day can […]

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Love Shine

By Don Doran / 5 years ago

Good morning! What a precious day God has blessed us with. As a parent I love my children and grandchildren without reservation. It doesn’t matter what they do, or for that matter, what they don’t do I will always love them. However, there are times when they have done something that has cause my love […]

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Praying For Our President

By Susan Niswonger / 5 years ago

I watched, with pride, the swearing in of our 44th president.  I experienced pride in being a citizen of the greatest country on earth.  Pride in a country that allows each person’s voice to be heard in the form of a vote without coercion and fear.  Pride in the civility of the transfer of power […]

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Why Percentages of Fruit?

By Don Doran / 5 years ago

A few weeks ago I was reading the story in Mark 4 as Jesus told of the four types of soils. There was the wayside, the stony, the thorny and the good ground. We have all read this parable many times, I am sure. What caught my attention, in fact I poised it as a […]

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The Potters Wheel

By Don Doran / 5 years ago

I have came across several things this morning that have me thinking about the potter and the clay. God spoke to Jeremiah and uses the potter as an example of God molding our lives. If you have ever watched a potter work with clay on a wheel it is amazing. I have had the opportunity […]