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GOOD PARENTS

BY STEVE DUNN

Meet two very important people – my son Michael, the oldest of my son’s and my second child (pictured here with his family-wife Melonie, daughters Natalie and Ashley. 369 more words

SIMPLE TRUTHS AND PERSONAL GLIMPSES

MONDAY MORNING REFLECTIONS: FIREHOUSE COMMUNITY OUTREACH

BY STEVE DUNN

I am back from my blogcation.  It was a good time of rest and reflection and I was able to get much of the writing completed that I was on the hook for.  539 more words

MONDAY MORNING REFLECTIONS

MONDAY MORNING REFLECTIONS - HONORING FATHERS

BY STEVE DUNN

I haven’t posted in a while but out of the inspiration of Father’s Day ant the fine fathers I am privileged to pastor, I though this would make a good Monday Morning Reflection. 328 more words

MONDAY MORNING REFLECTIONS

MONDAY MORNING REFLECTIONS - THE LIFE-SAVERS OF MOORE, OKLAHOMA

by Steve Dunn

There are almost no words adequate to express what I am about to share. About 3:00 pm local time on May 20th, a massive tornado that reached E4 status struck the Oklahoma City suburb of Moore OK. 376 more words

MONDAY MORNING REFLECTIONS

WEDNESDAY MORNING REFLECTIONS - WE NEEDED THIS STORY

BY STEVE DUNN

This was the most awesome picture that I saw on the web this week. This was taken during the lockdown in Watertown MA as police were tracking down the terrorists who appear to have been the perpetrators of the bombings at the Boston Marathon.  556 more words

MONDAY MORNING REFLECTIONS

FRIENDSHIP HEALS CHICK-FIL-A DIVIDE

I have now seen this post through Ed Stetzer and Christianity Today.  I share this  because I applaud Dan Cathy’s (head of Chick-fil-a) response to the attacks on his company and himself personally by the LGBT movement for his stand against same-sex marriage.  896 more words

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MONDAY MORNING REFLECTIONS-BLESS BILL O'BRIEN

Bill O’Brien has made the decision to stay at Penn State. I would have loved to see what he could have down with my favorite since childhood, the Cleveland Browns. 240 more words

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