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    Echoes

    the guy

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    Baseball and Apple Pie

    It has been decades since the Kansas City Royals have been a contender. During that drought and growing fan disinterest, I forgot how wonderfully and uniquely American the game of baseball is.

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    Echoes

    he has been

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    God uses praying people for change

    What does a rainstorm have to do with foreign missions? Let me explain: In 1806 a group of students at William’s College in Massachusetts sought refuge from a sudden rainstorm in a haystack. As the rain beat down, they turned their retreat into a prayer meeting. They asked God to use their...

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    “What is truth?”

    Pilate posed this question in John 18:38 while Jesus stood before him, accused by the Jews for crimes demanding death. The irony of the question is that Pilate’s role in this scenario was to determine the truth of the matter based upon the facts presented to him. Although Pilate’s ...

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    We must have a change

    It would seem every direction we look there is unrest and turmoil in our cities and abroad in the earth. The majority of the news is filled with tragedy and upheaval. Whether it’s racial tension in our cities, misuse of power in the government or terrorist activity in different parts of the...

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    Echoes

    how do we

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    One being right

    Let’s admit that politicians flip flop, and they often do it because of the expediency of the moment. But these people are people just like we are and therefore subject to human weaknesses. We can say we expect better from our duly elected officials, but we have what we have and often we ...

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    the supermarket

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    A parents joy

    From the day my first child was born, my children have been a tremendous joy in my life. They have been three of the greatest blessings the Lord has graciously given me. For each, those moments of joy started small and simple. A grasp of my finger, a smile, a laugh at my silly faces, a head nestled...

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