Thankful
Thankful

I once met this family in Arkansas. The patriarch’s name is Bob, he and his wife, Doris, had a son named Bobby and a daughter named Jeannie. Jeannie married a football-player-turned-nurse named Bob. Jeannie and Bob had a son named James Robert...

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Doors
Doors

During the Grassroots Gospel series, we looked at this one passage that just perplexed me. I struggled with it for awhile. It was such an odd passage. It was a story of a simple prison break. Now, I realize that miraculous...

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MOVE
MOVE

I have a brother who is not small. By not small, I mean like he’s really not small. He’s whatever the opposite of really small is. You use whatever term you’d like. You wouldn’t be wrong. We were getting on a flight one time with my entire...

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LAUNCH
LAUNCH

My father died when I was 9. My dad was a musician. He was the creative type, an extrovert, an otter / lion (if you’re the type who enjoys those personality tests that equate you with random animals). When I was 21, my mom began thinking about...

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99
99

99 This week was a disaster. My phone quit working. It was just done. The screen looked fine, the the home button worked, but the screen – the terribly cool space-age touch screen – was completely unresponsive. It’s amazing how your...

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The SOLD Sign
The SOLD Sign

The SOLD Sign I have lots of friends in the real estate business. Almost too many to mention. My friend Stacy began working with a real estate firm in Bellingham, Washington. And my friend Carrie, then Kyle, then Nathan, then Curtis, and even...

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