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What grandmothers do

What grandmothers do

By John Moore My grandmother made the best oatmeal. It was so good, it even tasted good cold. She made it each morning for my grandfather who always left some for any of his grandchildren who wanted it. I always did. There were no microwaves, so oatmeal was made on...

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We will reap what we sow

We will reap what we sow

By Kris Segrest When a farmer has a barren field, what does he do? He could complain about it. He could make excuses for it. He could pray about it. Yet, none of these things will help him until he plants a seed. He must get the seed in the ground to see the condition...

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Mow mow mow

Mow mow mow

by John Moore When I was a kid, I was the designated (fill in the blank). If the TV antenna needed turning to pick up Star Trek or Dragnet, I was the designated antenna turner. If the channel needed changing, I was the designated remote control. When the ubiquitous...

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What are you listening for

What are you listening for

By Ray Miranda Two guys are walking in the heart of New York City. As you can imagine they hear honking horns, the sounds of cars moving, people talking – really, just a whole at once. As one guy talks, he notices the other looks like his mind is wandering. He’s...

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Choose to be loved

Choose to be loved

By Lynn Burgess A verse that has been on my mind latelyis John 3:16. If you’re familiar with the bible at all, you probably know this verse… For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish...

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Ravages of drought not far from Texans’ minds

Ravages of drought not far from Texans’ minds

By Jeremy B. Mazur The trials of drought weave throughout the story of Texas in tales of devastation that had lasting effects on the families, businesses, and communities that survived them. These withering dry times prompted Texans to make big changes to shore up...

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Two guys turned 90

Two guys turned 90

This weekend I had the opportunity to celebrate two men in my life turning 90 years old.  One was my grandfather Bob Houser and the other, my friend and founding pastor Gene Getz.  These milestones gave me the opportunity to celebrate the lives of some great...

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Finding hope in heartache

Finding hope in heartache

I recently received a call no one ever wants to receive. My sister had been horrifically murdered at her home in South Carolina. I was stunned as I tried to process a statement that didn’t make sense to me. The next step of calling other family members to inform them...

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