Monthly Archives: June 2016

You Are Not An Alligator: Thoughts on Evangelism

Just outside of Allentown, Pennsylvania, on the east side of Route 15, you can visit an amazing place: Clyde Peelings Reptileland. When we lived on the East Coast, and my kids were younger, we visited there several times and always had … Continue reading

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A Commitment to the Unseen: Lessons from Blindness and Old Spanish Coins

As some of you who read this blog know, I am legally blind.  I have fairly extreme tunnel vision – my ophthalmologist tells me I have about “six degrees” of vision; that is not good.  As a result, I have … Continue reading

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Worshipping on Vacation?

Over the next three months, many of us will be away from our home churches for at least one Sunday.  The reason?  School is out!  It is time for summer vacations!  Even if we don’t have kids or they are all … Continue reading

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