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DHD: Another prose in a pandemic
May29

DHD: Another prose in a pandemic

Greetings! All is going well. I have a busy weekend ahead, so let’s get to this week’s DHD! Thanks for reading! Stetzer on church openings I’ve mentioned before that Ed Stetzer may be the Christian national leader I trust the most. He’s definitely in the top five. He gave great insight and spoke as a voice of reason when the COVID-19 pandemic was beginning in March. This week, Stetzer gave excellent consultation on how churches should...

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DHD: Even more thoughts during a pandemic
May22

DHD: Even more thoughts during a pandemic

Greetings! This will be quick. I actually considered not “DHD-ing” this week, but I knew I’d regret it if did not do my weekly expression through a group of six. Thanks for reading! A reviving Kansas church during pandemic I loved reading this Baptist Press article, “3-member church closed during COVID-19 finds new life” I enjoy stories of churches that are near disbandment but find a way to recover and begin thriving. Churches close...

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DHD: Another one during a pandemic
May15

DHD: Another one during a pandemic

Greetings! We’re still in a pandemic. Have you gotten used to your stay-at-home conditions that we’ve observed for the past month and a half? Here in Oklahoma we began Phase 2 today. Wedding and funerals can now occur with 10 or fewer people in attendance. I didn’t see much else of a major difference from Phase 1, but I’m glad to see progress. I’m sure you are too. Thanks for reading this week’s DHD! Wax and the 3 Bs Trevin Wax has a...

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Del City, First Southern draws faithful for stadium service
May13

Del City, First Southern draws faithful for stadium service

DEL CITY—Many recall the Starlite Crusades at Del City Stadium that Del City, First Southern hosted in the summers for nearly 40 years, beginning in 1965. On Sunday, May 10, the church met in Christian Heritage Academy’s football stadium for its first in-person service since the COVID-19 pandemic struck. The Sunday morning service did not have well-known Christian artists, like the Imperials, perform or national evangelists speak....

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DHD: Mother’s Day Edition
May08

DHD: Mother’s Day Edition

Greetings! Four years ago, I did a DHD Mother’s Day edition. This one is special to me because of how fascinated I am of many well-known and admirable mothers. I hope it’s OK that I “rehash” this DHD for this year’s Mother’s Day. Also, there is an addendum to the sixth point on my list. My mother passed away last September, so I will also share with you the DHD I wrote soon after her death. Check out “DHD: Remembering my mother.”...

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