Monthly Archives: August 2008

Dueling With Truth

As an evangelistic Christian I am always amazed at people’s reaction to truth in any form, since most people never come into contact with it in their daily lives. “The rest of the story” is very seldom in the news. … Continue reading

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Democratic Convention

I listened to the speeches tonight from the Democratic convention. Seemed like politics as usual. Vote for Obama and he will fix all of our problems. He is a good orator. When his speech was over I came and played … Continue reading

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Death Where is Your Sting

I called Mazabuka to congratulate Pastor Tembo on his preaching at the African conference. He ended our conversation with some bad news. Grace Matingaluka had passed away the day before. My last special face to face time with her was … Continue reading

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Life Note

I preached “The Love of God: Can I Believe it?”; last night. Touched on personality disorders, the providence of God, the love of God specifically, and putting on the mind of Christ to do His will. It preached well. I … Continue reading

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Audra

A couple of photos didn’t make it.

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Empty Nesters Again

Our Audra Lea will be leaving us again tomorrow. She made the trip out with us and has helped us as we adjusted to our new surroundings. She made friends in church and told me my sermons have helped her. … Continue reading

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Truth is Better

I was getting a sermon together to prepare our young people for the start of school. I thought about using an illustration of a young man who stopped the student gunman years ago in Kentucky. The idea was that we … Continue reading

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