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Quit Limping

Accommodating our healing and recovery instead of indulging our injuries provides a greater vehicle for healing and restoration. Continue reading

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A Few Miles West of Medicine Lodge

Small buttes, little mesas, red bluffs rising above miles and miles of open range–are you sure this is Kansas, Dorothy? Continue reading

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When the Waters Go Back to the River

When the spectacle of the flood gives way to the hard work of cleaning up, it is good to remember that our God can bring both beauty and blessing even from the muck. Continue reading

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Quit Limping!

Everyone goes through injury, both physical and emotional. As long as we use the injury as excuse, we prevent our own healing.
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Truth and Consequences

It had been three weeks since the Infamous Juice Spill that injected a generous quantity of low-pulp orange juice into my computer keyboard, over my desk, on top of the floor-based CPU and the office telephone Continue reading

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Recovery

As the nerves begin regenerating after their several weeks of submission, the body begins to be fully aware of just how much abuse it has suffered. From the deep soft tissue to the skin on the surface, all flesh in the affected area has been burned. With each new revelation that was previously hidden, downplayed or only vaguely mentioned, patients like Freeda must cope with the deeper dimensions of agonizing physical elements. Continue reading

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Tough Situation, Easy Decision

I’ve never been in the place of having to make that kind of choice. So far, my medical choices have been pretty simple. Continue reading

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Hayloft-II

the hayloft provided Paul and me with our one of our favorite winter recreation spots. Continue reading

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