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The Gift for All People

Max Lucado has always been a powerful wordsmith bringing healing and a unique perspective to biblical truths.  He did not disappoint with “The Gift for All People.”  This lovely book explores God as a giver of grace and reassures the reader of the Lord’s tender mercy and love.  16 more words

Multnomah Falls (Columbia River Gorge)

Always a beautiful waterfall, Multnomah Falls was especially visual yesterday with the snow and ice. As I left it started to snow. Now, some twenty miles away to the west, Portland, Oregon is getting a strong dose of rare snow too.








My blog has been a bit on the quite side recently. This is mainly because I write about two things: Knitting and reading. In terms of the knitting, with Christmas lurking I was making a lot of things for that, so I didn’t want to share here as the blog syncs with Facebook, and as such the recipients would know what was coming – and that would spoil the surprise. 692 more words


Chasing Your Dreams (In a Pit with a Lion on a Snowy Day, by Mark Batterson)

Not all great preachers are great writers. Mark Batterson is one of the few who are. Like my favorites, Max Lucado and Charles Swindoll, Batterson has the cadence of a poet and the wisdom of a pastor. 376 more words

Book Reviews

Humble Orthodoxy, by Joshua Harris (Multnomah)

No matter how good a book is, first impressions do matter. In this respect, the book fails: Humble Orthodoxy is the size of my hand and the thickness of my phone, retailing at  $9.99—that’s 16 cents per tiny page of the 61-paged primary section of the book. 306 more words

Personal Ramblings

Tim McMenamin 2016 Campaign For Your State Representative HD 41

Do you understand what my opponent’s answer is if Measure 97 Does Not Pass?? She, like many of the Party in Power say is
“Do Away with the 3% Property tax Limitation” Which will take us back to the 1990’s when Property Taxes were going up 15% 50 more words