Monthly Archives: March 2020

Daniel’s Fear

Roughly 2,500 years ago one of my favorite characters in the Old Testament was nearing the end of his ministry in service to the Lord. Daniel had lived quite a life. For the majority of his life Daniel was in … Continue reading

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Skipping Allowed.

On my morning run, I came across a mother teaching her two young children the fine art of skipping. I watched as she instructed them to raise their hands high in the air and jump as they attempted to catapult … Continue reading

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Giving Up More Than We Expected

As we entered the Lenten season a few weeks ago, many of us may have prayerfully decided to give up something for Lent – perhaps chocolate, alcohol, coffee or perhaps even pizza or Diet Coke! If we choose to give … Continue reading

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An Inconvenient Gift

In prison, there is a saying, “You can do time or let time do you.” If you let time do you, you give your days to whatever comes and move along the continuum of moral, physical and spiritual atrophy. It … Continue reading

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