Spiritual Junk Food


Eighteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time Two words.  Junk food.  I love it.  I know you do too.  I know I don’t need it.  Look at me.  And neither do you, really.  But it’s just… Continue reading

Treasure Beyond Price


Seventeeth Sunday in Ordinary Time I have been to Las Vegas just once in my life.  One summer a few years ago, I visited my brother and his family in San Diego. We then… Continue reading

Send Them to the Moon


Sixteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time Rupert Murdoch is scrambling a lot these days to keep from losing his sanity, his credibility, and his vast media empire. I’m sure if it were all up to… Continue reading

God’s Word, Fertile Soil & Betty Ford


Fifteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time Betty Ford died last Friday night at the age of 93. She never imagined herself anything more than the wife of a US congressman, although even that was far… Continue reading

With the Heart of a Child


Fourteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time I was a classroom teacher once. So occasionally I am tempted to point out something educational, but only when the conversation is slow. It can be impressive sometimes, but… Continue reading

Seattle, Here We Come!


   

Proclaim the Mighty Acts of God


Pentecost Can you tell the difference between a Christian and one who is not?  We all have noticed how the name “Christian” has gotten a lot of bad press these days, especially since… Continue reading

Witnesses to the Ends of the Earth


Ascension of the Lord If you were to visit the ends of the earth, where would that take you?  I would like to say I’ve been there and back.  I love to travel… Continue reading

Christianity … with Passion & Enthusiasm


Sixth Sunday of Easter I have noticed nobody likes to hang out with boring people, who have no idea who they are or what they believe in, who are without life and passion… Continue reading

Know Jesus, Know the Father


Fifth Sunday of Easter How long do you think it would take to get to know another person well?  You might say that depends on how much time you spend together.  Many among… Continue reading

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