Monthly Archives: May 2020

We’re all a little stressed

Habakkuk asks, “How long, LORD, must I call for help and you do not listen or cry out to you about violence and you do not save?” Continue reading

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The God who stays

It just occurred to me that is probably part of the reason they have cameras on both sides of the phones now.  But I digress. Continue reading

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Blessed Be the Name of the Lord

God has great and big plans to teach you, mold you, and draw you close enough to hold you.  Knowing this, I pray you can bring yourself to proclaim, “Blessed be the Name of the Lord” today. Continue reading

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Soon and very soon…

We will only be a little jealous that they are there enjoying the view of the ocean on the one side and the lake on the other and we are back in WV.  Continue reading

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You’re right. I need to wear a mask.

God offers us freedom.  Yet, too often we choose to live enslaved to God’s enemy.  The enemy is famous for giving us enough comfort, security, and safety to keep us from risking freedom.  Continue reading

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Where’s the Beef?

In the 1980’s, Wendy’s had a commercial that us older folks remember that had an old woman screaming, “Where’s the Beef?”  The lady was not at Wendy’s asking that. We were to assume she was at McDonald’s looking for the … Continue reading

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Stress less

I have an iPhone. If I swipe one way on it I see page after page of apps. If I swipe the other way there is sort of a cover page that is supposed to be helpful. I can place … Continue reading

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You deserve it

A strange thing for United Methodist pastors is the fact that most don’t own a home because they live in a home provided by the church. Somewhere along the line the ones who aren’t sure where they’re going to go … Continue reading

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Do not buy in to all the negativity. 

Yesterday looked and felt like a day leading into winter.  It was cloudy, cool, colorless, and damp.  If I had been randomly dropped into a time and space and I had to quickly guess the time of year, I would … Continue reading

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