Monthly Archives: October 2015

Get A Shovel

In Nathaniel Philbrick’s book, Mayflower, he described a time when the early Pilgrims were exploring the southern New England area in the summer of 1621.  They came across circular foot-deep holes in the ground.  From the Indians they had befriended … Continue reading

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Don’t Go In The Ditch

Not all that long ago, I saw a story about another person in ministry who needed to step aside because of a moral failing.  Sometimes it’s over abusing church funds or terrible leadership but most often it involves sexual misconduct … Continue reading

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Well, Isn’t That Precious

Reading 2 Peter the other day I was struck by how we look at certain words and came upon this gem, “precious” as used in 2 Peter 1:1.  Here is the entire verse…. Simon Peter, a bondservant and apostle of … Continue reading

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He Said What?

Every so often I see a quote thrown around on social media attributed to C.S. Lewis that sounds so unlike him.  While I am not a C.S. Lewis scholar and really can’t say I’ve studied or read great quantities of … Continue reading

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