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On COVID and Conferencing

2019 was a year of change for me. I got engaged, changed jobs, moved, got married, changed jobs again, changed churches, and started a brand new ministry (to name a few of the big changes). 582 more words


Peace, Friends

Unusual days call for an unusual post.

Most likely you are reading this from your home. Good.

If you find yourself in one of the “hot spots” here in the United States and the news keeps getting worse, more intense, more foreboding, please know that there is at least one person sitting at a desk in Oregon praying for you, your situation, and your anxious thoughts. 642 more words

Articles of faith nazarene healing time

Articles of faith nazarene healing time

Sixteen Articles of Faith of the hurch of the Nazarene by r. Henry Spaulding Last week, I began a conversation about the Nazarene Articles of Faith. 355 more words


On Work and Sabbath (Part 4)

When my wife and I went on our honeymoon, there were several times when we thought about our dog and wanted to check up on her. 481 more words



The last couple of weeks remind me of the day I got into someone else’s car and tried to start it. The ignition was in the wrong place. 1,295 more words

Wet Cement

The blessed emery board of time has rubbed the sharp edges off the memory so at least I don’t go into full blown rigor mortis anymore at the recollection, but still it remains exclusively and completely at the Number One Position forever and always as… 2,095 more words

Day 2 - February 27

Thursday, February 27

Theme: Choices and consequences

Scripture reading: Deuteronomy 30: 15-20


It’s interesting: Yesterday’s scripture was also about obedience. In Isaiah 58, the prophet proclaimed that although God’s people thought they were obeying God through their ritual fasting, the rest of their lives were disobedient. 792 more words