Monthly Archives: July 2013

Late Bloomer

I don’t believe the term “geek” existed back in the late 60’s, but if it had, I think I might have qualified. As an adolescent pre-teen, a portion of my grade school years were less than memorable. Actually, as I … Continue reading

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Dealing with “Prickly” People

I hear the weather is supposed to be simply beautiful this weekend . . . in the low 80’s and sunny . . . so hopefully you’re making some plans right now to enjoy some great outdoor activities this weekend!  … Continue reading

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Don’t Get Sidetracked!

I have a great fondness for trains and railroad tracks. Nothing gives me more pleasure than to hear a train whistle off in the distance or the clickety-clack of a train running across the rails.  When I was a little … Continue reading

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On Losing One’s Mind

An old woman is all alone and impoverished because her husband passed away not long ago. Though they never had too much, it was always just enough; but now she’s left to manage on her own. With no insurance, no … Continue reading

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Who Are You?

        Who, who are you when you’re in the marketplace in the midst of your workday does the fragrance of Christ remain or do you inhale the polluted air of the lost and dying? Does your fragrance … Continue reading

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Productivity vs. Sucking Air

Christian working men and women, your job is not your occupation; it’s an assignment designed by your Father to participate in His plan of salvation. The paychecks you earn and the titles you gain are by-products of a higher purpose: every … Continue reading

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