Monthly Archives: October 2007

“Heart of Darkness”

One of my favorite authors is Joseph Conrad. Brooke sparked me to read one of his stories again so I can talk to her about it. It is the tale: “Heart of Darkness”. Reading Conrad is no easy task. So … Continue reading

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Kingman and home

I am back in Prescott after a good revival in Kingman. Darrel, one of Chuck’s guys gave me a Marine Corp bible in honor of my father’s service. I was very pleased. Pastor Chuck Haynes and family are adjusting to … Continue reading

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Back Country

Joan and I took a drive in the country when I came back from San Antonio. We searched for Perkinsville. This is the town that Jerry Perkins from the Wickenburg church is from. We drove over unpaved roads, stopped and … Continue reading

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San Antonio Preaching

I just finished preaching for Les and Sally Uptain in San Antonio. The church reminded me of my early days in Wickenburg. God is building his church one person at a time. Les has retained that commitment to one on … Continue reading

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Terrifying Film

I started reading “World Chaos” “Its Root and Remedy” “An Inquiry into the Deeper Reasons and urgent Lessons” by G. H. Lang. I happened upon this book published in 1948. It discusses history and philosophy in the light of what … Continue reading

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A New Generation

I have not been preaching an end time’s sermon, yet I include some indicators of the times we live in sprinkled in my sermons. I read this article describing single, young females as an international trend.  I wonder if this … Continue reading

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Happy Birthday

I have just finished reading Naked Conversations by Robert Scoble and Shel Israel. The book discusses the impact of blogs upon the business world. What got me interested in the blogs was following the 2004 election. Christmas in Cambodia and … Continue reading

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