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Strangers in the Church

Remember that scene where Jesus describes separating the sheep and the goats? Wasn’t part of that based on how we treat strangers? Continue reading

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A Very Convenient Truth

Having someone show up to do something you dreaded doing… how else can you explain that except “Divine Providence?” Continue reading

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A Mighty Good Get-Together

Good food and good friends make for good times, especially when those friends are also family. Continue reading

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A Heart-Healthy Lunch

The best exercise we can get is when we combine compassion and physical activity to help make things better for those around us. Continue reading

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Direction from a Hitchhiker–Part I

Something about the way he was walking on a humid July afternoon made me suspicious… suspicious that he wasn’t just out for his daily constitutional. Of course, a good part of that observation was due to my keen perception of … Continue reading

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Travel Troubles

He’d planned to spend the evening with friends, not in desperate search for a tow truck and a mechanic who might somehow consider spending his weekend rebuilding a transmission. Continue reading

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Hairnets & Plastic Gloves

It is the raw eloquence of sincere actions that touches the hearts of others.
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