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Two Amazing Encounters

Last week, I was in Boston. One night after dinner, I was walking around Back Bay, just taking in the city. I saw a man, Jack from East Boston, sitting on a plastic crate rattling a cup of change. He … Continue reading

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Journey To The Core!

 I wrote this book several years ago but stalled out at the editing phase. Through the wonders of technology, I was able to finish it this past week and it is now available on Amazon! Thank the Lord for Grammarly … Continue reading

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The Remedy for Burn-Out

Where are you right now? I mean, where are you on the inside. Look at the following four options and see which one most identifies your present spiritual condition. You are full. Full of joy, excited by life’s opportunities. You … Continue reading

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Nine Months

The first thing that hits me when I think of nine months is the time it takes a little human life to fully form and then enter into the world. A lot can happen in nine months. Nine months ago … Continue reading

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Into the Pond

What is a good plan of action, once we’ve made a decision to believe? I’ve been pondering this since my last blog. Here is what I’ve come up with. Rather than just busying yourself with activity, do some serious internal … Continue reading

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Peace

Through some of my recent readings and growth, I had an experience yesterday morning in church of all places. Having been a pastor, it has always been somewhat difficult going to church. My mind is always in critique mode. But, … Continue reading

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Surrender

I’ve been imagining a pie chart that pictures my surrender lately. For most my adult life, surrender to the Lord was about 95-97%. I always had a sliver of the pie that I felt I could manage. More times than … Continue reading

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