Monthly Archives: April 2011

Ruth-Boaz Story

Note: for some reason I could not get Windows Live Writer to accept my clip art today, so I’m running this without art. Hope to have it figured out by next time.  David The story of Ruth and Boaz is … Continue reading

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Making Sense of the Health Insurance Debate–Part II

Last week we discussed basic principles of insurance. Today, let’s look specifically at health insurance. Before getting into any details, let’s ask ourselves why we buy health insurance—or any other insurance—in the first place. We know that insurance companies have … Continue reading

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Healing The Church

We can all be instruments of REAL change in this world. We don’t have to be Presidents—or Senators or Governors or other bigwig public officials. If we’re born-again, we have all the tools we need at our disposal. Okay, so … Continue reading

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Making Sense of the Health Insurance Debate–Part I

It is not the purpose of this blog to make popular statements. It is our purpose here to expose you to truths about insurance in general today and, in our next blog, health insurance—truths that have by-and-large been lost in … Continue reading

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Three Ways of Learning

Most Christians either desire—or at least delude themselves into thinking they desire—to pursue an ever-growing knowledge and understanding of spiritual things in general and God’s word in particular. In order to do that, however, we need to understand how spiritual … Continue reading

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Your Government at Work

My apologies for using the words “government” and “work” both in the same title. I suppose such oxymorons should be avoided. As caregiver for my ninety-plus year-old mother, it’s my job to collect her income and pay her bills. This … Continue reading

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