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Many in America feel that the recent national election cycle was a disaster. Speculation abounds regarding the effect of the policies of the new leadership upon the well-being of the nation and the world. How should Christians relate to the … Continue reading
Column for the February, 2017, Green Lake Church Gazette It was another morning waiting for dawn. The sky was murky. Occasionally the crescent moon found a thin spot in the clouds. The brightening in the east was hesitant, timid. Still, … Continue reading
Mt. Rainier towers 8,000 feet higher than the surrounding South Cascades, which rise a mere 6,000 feet above sea level. Rainier’s glaciers hold a cubic mile of ice. If Rainier awakens and erupts, lahars could wreak staggering devastation. It is a great mountain—tall, … Continue reading
Sermon manuscript (revised) for Green Lake Church of Seventh-day Adventists For Sabbath, January 14, 2017 It was the end of March, spring time in Memphis, 1968. The azaleas were approaching their peak bloom. The days were gloriously warm and bright. … Continue reading
For some of us, starting is easier than finishing; for others, the opposite is true. Let’s look at a prophet finishing his work and a king starting his.