Monthly Archives: January 2012

Deeper Life

I have been reading “Water from a Deep Well” by Gerald Sittser. He takes a walk through church history looking at the early church martyrs, the life of the early church, the desert saints, the monastic movement, the use of … Continue reading

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Anniversary 28

Friday I worked a half day at Chester teaching 7th and 8th grade math. I can still find the answers at this level, anything beyond that has me looking to the students for help. One day I will try and remedy … Continue reading

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Some Links

I have been enjoying my Saturday morning, woke late, prayed late and ate breakfast with Joan late after a double drive day yesterday. Drove to Carbondale with Joan and came home to pick up Teddy who was stranded in Saint … Continue reading

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Steve Garfield’s Blog

Steve Garfield has began a blog. Steve and I met when we were in the trenches of pioneer ministry in the Northwest. Steve is now an usher in the Prescott church and writes for our quarterly magazine that includes different … Continue reading

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Sunday in Wickenburg

We have been going to Wickenburg after conference for quite some time now. This is the town where Joan and I both got saved, married and had our first two children. The ride down from the Denver like altitude of … Continue reading

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Last Conference Notes

Conference finished up with an excellent sermon by Pastor Paul Stephens concerning the pain of a loved one falling away from the faith. He used the story of the prodigal son showing us the selfish dimensions of the backslidden son and … Continue reading

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Conference Friday

Pastor Paul Campo gave us a prophetic sermon from Luke 21:25. He used some examples of American flags being unable to fly in America to illustrate how the nation has changed. We are in times of perplexity, distressed and full of … Continue reading

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