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DHD: More on what God is doing; Cochran on ‘BLM’; Foul language; Jonathan Isaac, Two faves are back
Aug07

DHD: More on what God is doing; Cochran on ‘BLM’; Foul language; Jonathan Isaac, Two faves are back

Greetings! Hope your week has gone well, and I again thank you for taking the time to read this week’s DHD. Let’s get to it! Continue sharing what God has been doing Last week’s DHD featured my inquiry with Facebook friends about what they have seen God do recently. I shared about my friend who is grieving the death of his wife and how he saw move through that heavy experience. This week, I wanted to share what another friend...

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BLOG: Create your own morning garden
Aug07

BLOG: Create your own morning garden

Summer mornings are a special time in the garden. I like to get out there a little before the sun is completely up and walk around before it gets too hot. Plants look different when they are not as hot. There’s dew on the ground and oftentimes on many of the plants. It always makes me think about the pre-flood days and how strange it must have been for the people to watch Noah building a boat. Can you image what they must have been...

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Narrative-driven Gospel
Aug04

Narrative-driven Gospel

One of the major issues we face in this declining society is the narrative-driven media. Instead of simply relaying information, both sides have a narrative they want to tell, and the only information they give out is meant to further that narrative. These selective narratives are in competition with one another, which ultimately divides and pits people against each other. But not all narrative-driven information is bad. In fact it...

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DHD: What has God done recently?
Jul31

DHD: What has God done recently?

Greetings! Another week, another DHD! I’m always appreciative of those who take the time to read my weekly writings. Here’s six thoughts I want to share with you. God’s recent action If you’re like me, you come on Facebook to see what your friends and acquaintances are discussing. Sometimes the content is frustrating and aggravating. You didn’t necessarily expect people to wear you down this way. You even consider taking a break from...

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BLOG: Changing the shape of grapes
Jul30

BLOG: Changing the shape of grapes

Grapes are one of the most fun things to grow in a home garden. On a small scale, they are relatively easy to grow and maintain, and they produce fruit that is pleasing to people of all ages. I know our family enjoys watching the grapes form and develop, and they really love picking and eating them! If you have never had the opportunity to snip a fresh cluster of grapes and eat them warm and sun-kissed, right off of the vine, you...

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Daniel, the peacemaker
Jul28

Daniel, the peacemaker

Jesus said, “Blessed are the peacemakers, for they will be called children of God” (Matt. 5:9). With the social unrest we see in communities across the nation, as well as everyday rancor online, I’m praying that God will raise up more peacemakers. What do peacemakers look like, amid un-peaceful times? Let’s look at a few insights from the life of someone who dealt with tense, dangerous and tumultuous times: Daniel. Persistent, not...

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