Monthly Archives: December 2013

Keep Jesus at the Center of Christmas

What will your Christmas be like this year? Will it be a nonstop, speed of light, spiritually-draining race? When you finally take down the Christmas tree, will you say to yourself, “Boy, am I glad that’s over”? Isn’t it sad … Continue reading

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Response to Chris Worst

On 12/10 I sent a letter to the editor of The Coldwater Daily Reporter, responding to an op-ed piece by the night desk editor, Chris Worst (see: http://www.thedailyreporter.com/article/20131206/NEWS/131209491/1007/OPINION). I carbon-copied Mr. Worst as a courtesy and have since communicated with … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving’s missing ingredient

            This year Americans celebrated Thanksgiving by spending about 30 billion dollars on meals, travel and ancillary expenses (not including Black Friday spending). Approximately 45 million turkeys were purchased and cooked. And, according to AAA, approximately 43 million Americans traveled … Continue reading

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