Monthly Archives: October 2014

A Month on Family at PFM

We’re working on a November series at pfm called Family.   I’ve enjoyed the challenge and opportunity of continuing on the Revised Common Lectionary while picking out certain threads. Week 1 will be about how the writers of the New Testament give us … Continue reading

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Rollllling

Took the boys to one of our many Portageland walking/biking trails this afternoon, and we found a moderately sized hill to roll down.  So we did.  Well, they did, and I watched and remembered what it was like to roll … Continue reading

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Leadership Retreat

There’s nothing like a leadership retreat.  Autumn is an especially good time to retreat.  The weather is nice, but not summer nice.  Flannel and/or denim is an especially acceptable wardrobe choice.  And, most of all, it saves us from having to … Continue reading

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I Should Become A Doctor…

…because I make a terrible patient.  So says my wife. I was uncomfortably cold on Monday, the kind of cold that makes you go down to the church basement and look for an old choir robe and wear it around … Continue reading

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