Monthly Archives: August 2017

Dubrovnik

We made our way through customs and started up the hill to our room. Night is falling. In retrospect, we might have walked right by my great, great grandfather’s house where my Grandmother’s sister lives with one of her daughters … Continue reading

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Venice to Bari to Dubrovnik

Enjoyable train ride down the coast of Italy to Bari. We got in around 8 pm or so. The area around the train station where our room was had a “taxi” like feel to it. We walked about checking out … Continue reading

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Venice Reflections

The beauty of marriage, the two becoming one flourishing and surviving in the ugly setting of a world being torn apart by sin. Joan and I have been married now for 33 and a half years. Our daughters have moved … Continue reading

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Here We Go

I noticed a group of young men at the Saint Louis airport running around with big vanilla envelopes. I finally asked one of them about the identifying mark. They were all young marines heading overseas. The man I talked with … Continue reading

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Political Insight

Looking my sermon over this morning, I read this: http://www.theamericanconservative.com/dreher/the-storm-before-the-storm-weimar-america-liberalism/ Good insight about the church in America. Last quote: ROD DREHER: The Storm Before The Storm. “The rising Left is bound and determined to crush or at least permanently sideline people it … Continue reading

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