Category Archives: Spiritual Contemplation

Blown Opportunity-A Missed Hug

Ever realize a little too late that someone really needed a hug? Continue reading

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Tobacco Patch Seminary

Some of the most profound religious admonition I ever heard was in a tobacco field in western Kentucky. Continue reading

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A Wee Bit of Broken Grout

Sometimes, taking care of a tiny little problem can prevent having to deal with a great big problem. Continue reading

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In the Wake of Bitter News

Even in the aching numbness of loss, let us remember–and cherish–the amazing power of love. Continue reading

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The Best Poor Christmas

It isn’t being poor or rich that determines the quality of our giving; it is our determination to honor those we love and celebrate the One we worship. Continue reading

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Christmas at the Community Church

With an angel standing on a stool and shouting directions to Joseph and Mary, it was a little different take on the Christmas story–and a thoroughly enjoyable one! Continue reading

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First Snow

Ever notice how some drivers act like the first snow of the season is the first snow of their lives?! Continue reading

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