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Check the Madness

By Steven Lewis / a few days ago

If you listen to the topics of today it all spells doom, doom, and more doom.  The reason it spells it so loud and clear is because the evil that runs free on this Earth has made it where they are scared about everything.  I wrote this article Check the Madness because people need to be […]

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His Name Was Shawn: Did He Know About Jesus?

By Susan Niswonger / last week

Yesterday, I met Shawn.  A friendly, talkative 10 year old, sporting a “Desert Storm t-shirt” and desperately wanting to go swimming in Higgins Lake.  Jenesa, and I were sitting on the beach watching Caleb frolic in the sand and water and Nathan was snoozing under the umbrella.  Caleb assumed everyone was family and every toy […]

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No One Said It Would Be Easy

By Sheri Boulet / a couple of weeks ago

When I was going to nursing school, things were pretty tough for us. We made many sacrifices so that I could finish knowing that in the end all the sacrifices would be worth the result. We had one car for most of that time. When you have one car and something goes wrong with it, […]

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Better than Gold or Honey!

By Don Doran / a couple of weeks ago

“9 The fear of the LORD is clean, enduring for ever: the judgments of the LORD are true and righteous altogether. 10 More to be desired are they than gold, yea, than much fine gold: sweeter also than honey and the honeycomb.” Ps 19:9-10 We make most of our choices and affections with what I […]

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Be Watchful Like Birds

By Don Doran / 3 weeks ago

Good morning! The other morning I was sitting along a country road waiting for the time to pick up a passenger. I caught a motion out of the corner of my eye and turned to see a blue jay land across the street. I find birds to be interesting and sat watching him for as […]

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If You Don’t Trust The Monitor, Unplug It!

By Susan Niswonger / last month

Our grandsons, two-year old Caleb and two-month old Nathan stayed with us while Steven and Jenesa enjoyed a four day anniversary trip.  Caleb is an old hand at staying with Grandma and Grandpa.  He knows where I keep the toys, the step stool in the bathroom, his toothbrush, where his blanket is in his room […]

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Words Of Wisdom For My Children

By Susan Niswonger / last month

These are some words of wisdom that I’ve learned after 51 years of living. 1.      Your parents don’t really get smarter, you just learn to listen. 2.      You only get one time around; make every day count. 3.      Nothing you can do can ever make me stop loving you. 4.      Truth matters, find it, hold […]

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Who Really Cares Anyway? God Cares!

By Nathan Stanford / last month

Who Really Cares Anyway? God Cares! I had a friend that I ran around with that always had a “don’t care” attitude.  In his mind, it seemed to me, he felt more macho if he pretended not to care what others thought about him or the things he did. We all know that no matter how […]

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An Un-biased Newspaper?

By Rachel Quam / 7 months ago

Most people know and understand that our media is not neutral, and in fact, usually takes a pretty harsh stand against Christians. However, this is over the top. I received this information via email today and I thought it was worth passing along. If any of you subscribe to the below-mentioned newspaper, I would strongly […]

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Pride

By Lynne Conley / last year

Pride is what motivates our desire to receive glory for what we do. It also tempts us to be better at it than anyone else. And it’s pride that makes it hard to rejoice in someone else’s success. Jesus answer to anyone seeking a position of distinction in his kingdom always involved being a servant… […]

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