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A Cold Day at Grand Central

At the end of last year, my family had the opportunity to take a vacation to New York City. We had a fantastic time although I was very glad to come back to Western Oklahoma. One of the afternoons as we were sight-seeing, we stopped by Grand Central Station. If you’re not familiar with Grand Central, this is one of the hubs of the underground and above ground train s...

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The Wedding Singer

At the end of November, I was invited to take a trip to Morogoro, Tanzania, to visit a primary school started by IMB missionaries. The purpose of the trip was to gather information and see first hand the needs and then begin praying about how and if God would lead us to join the ministry as it grows.   It was an incredible experience for me, and I am thankful to ...

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Celebrate Recovery

This past week, we celebrated the one year mark of our Celebrate Recovery ministry. It has been such a great ministry, and God has blessed in so many ways. I want to say a huge “Thank You” to all those who have helped keep things running weekly. Our leadership team has been unbelievably instrumental. We have also had over 40 people volunteer to bring snacks and...

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If you know much about me, you know that I love sports. Just about any kind of sports, it doesn't have to be the highest level of any particular sport. I love the camaraderie, I love the competition, I love the storylines, and most of all I just love watching "my team" with my family. Win or lose I love those times. You know the old saying, "the family that enjoys the high...

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Never The Same

When it comes to books and movies, I'm a pushover for a happy ending. I just don't understand the thinking that says I'm OK with stories not ending in a positive way. It just seems like a waste of time to me. One such happy ending that I recently was reminded of is the story of Don and Carol Richardson who were missionaries back in the early 60s. They felt the call of God ...

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Get It Out!!

A few weeks ago, as our evening was winding down, I was in the back of the house getting ready for bed when I heard a bloodcurdling scream coming from Kathleen in the living room. It seems as though someone (probably me) had left the backdoor open just a bit to allow a little bit of cool breeze to come through the house. Well, seizing on that opportunity, a small snake dec...

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