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Pastor's Pen

Optimistic In January

We know that from Thanksgiving through the first day of January, things are always busy. There are places to go, concerts to see, presents to buy, and food to eat. There are movies to watch, music to listen to, parties to attend, and more food to eat.

Then long about January 4 or 5, when school starts again and the decorations are put away, it hits. The real January. Not the New Year's Day January, the real one that most of us don't like.



The Ripple Effect

I guess it started back two years ago when my wife Beth and I were in Kansas City and I reconnected with a former student from my high school teaching days.


Seasons are changing

The school buses are rolling and kids are walking up my street to the school near my house in the mornings.


Imagine That

As I have shared in worship, my wife Beth and I attended the International Ventriloquists’ Convention last month. Imagine being together with more that 500 others who talk to themselves? Beth likes to go to pick up some ideas about puppets. I like to go to improve my skills.


No Pain, No Gain

So you’re out with some friends on a Friday night and one of them, a serious steak eater, instead orders a fish sandwich. You ask why.


Pastor's Puppets

  • Pastor and Friends

    I like to deliver the children's sermon from time-to-time with the help of my friends.

    God bless and thanks for letting me “vent.” -- David

Trip Thoughts

  • Trip Thoughts

    I enjoy traveling; seeing and experiencing new places around this great country of ours.  I also like to think about God’s presence in what I’m seeing and experiencing.  Join me in my travels as I share my video “Trip Thoughts” with you. -- David


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