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New Year, New Opportunities

If there’s one thing I keep hearing, then it’s the lament among many people that 2016 was a horrible year.  My social media feed was filled with numerous (and at times, humorous) examples of this theme, with most commentators wanting … Continue reading

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Reforming Family Life

To be perfectly honest, I don’t have a whole lot of thoughts to write here regarding Reformation Day.  In times past, I used to write quite a bit about this or that topic which pertains to the theology which comes … Continue reading

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Does God Care About Our Guts?

Last week we got home from our trip to Ohio.  We had a wonderful time visiting Emma and Hollie’s parents.  We celebrated Zoe’s birthday, visited the Columbus Zoo, and just had a great time outdoors.  It was neat to watch … Continue reading

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Illnesses, Spring Cleaning, and the Usual Chaos

I inadvertently took a break from blogging for any number of reasons.  Over the past several weeks our family has been hit hard at various times with illnesses that took their course through each individual.  I’m happy to say that … Continue reading

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Emma’s Baptism

Today our daughter Emma was baptized!  Praise God for His abundant mercy and grace!  I’m not very good with a camera, but I managed to get a video of it which you can view by clicking here.  We are so … Continue reading

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Book Review: Royal Company

I recently had the opportunity to review the book Royal Company:A Devotional on Song of Solomon by Malcolm MacLean. The Song of Solomon is not a book I have spent a lot of time in or one I am that … Continue reading

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Heidelberg Catechism – Lord’s Day 19

Question 50: Why the next words: “and is seated at the right hand of God”? Because Christ ascended to heaven to show there that He is head of His church (1), the one through whom the Father rules all things … Continue reading

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