Monthly Archives: September 2018

[RadCast] Psalm 1:1 – Two Roads, But Only One

Choose a road — the wrong one or the right one. I choose the right one often but not always. The only one who got it right every time in every way is Jesus. Psalm 1 tells us how to … Continue reading

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[RadCast] Psalm 1 – The Boring Life of Trees

Trees just kinda stand there, but don’t let that fool you. Healthy tree roots grow deeper and deeper, finding nourishment by working for it. Their leaves bask in the sun without scorching and a strong wind just makes them wiggle. … Continue reading

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Air Traffic Control

Some of what I do as a pastor feels more like Air Traffic Control than it does ministry.  That’s not a complaint, mind you, just an illustration.  The ATC’s run the airport runways — every plane that leaves the gate, … Continue reading

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Thank a Teacher

Mrs. Edwards taught me how to read an analog clock, which, like cursive writing or Latin, is now considered quaint but essentially pointless.  Mr. Fernimos advised me to get my hands out of my pockets when I auditioned for the … Continue reading

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