Monthly Archives: September 2007

My Country?

I had an interesting convergence of thoughts with Pastor Cunningham during a conversation with he and Frank. We started talking about prophecy and the future of the United States. Joan at the same time is taking a US History class … Continue reading

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In Casa Grande

  I am preaching for Tom Cunningham in Casa Grande. This is my first repeat revival. When I was here a year ago, we had about a hundred people out each night. Now, the church assembles 135 people for the … Continue reading

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Somebody Loves Mr. Hatch

I was able to read “Somebody Loves Mr. Hatch” to the class of special students today. What a joy! I have used this book as a sermon illustration several times. The graduated assistant had paved the way by showing me … Continue reading

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Good Vibrations

I had a great substitution teaching experience today. I got to sub for the life skills class. In my day it would have been called special ed. I am familiar with films that can portray how (not sure what the … Continue reading

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Emotions

  Joan and I just attended a preview of PBS series entitled “The War” A Ken Burns Film at Yavapai College. In attendance were about 100 people 70 and above. Part of the program was to inform people about a … Continue reading

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9/11 Six Years Ago

Six years ago today, I was sitting with my wife, daughters and our good friends Wes and Laurie Wilcox. We were drinking coffee at a café overlooking a watering hole at the edge of a park in Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe. … Continue reading

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African Homecoming in Houston

I have been preaching in Houston for Glen Pugliese. One of the highlights of this revival is the African folks he has coming to church. They include a couple of Nigerian families and some folks from Liberia. Without a doubt … Continue reading

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