Monthly Archives: May 2011

Embers

“To be an ember, to burn for You, God…” A flame flickers. “To set others on fire! Catching the flame!” Flame illuminates. “I must burn as well…I must start as a log, be set aflame, and burn.” Embers glow. The … Continue reading

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Eloquence

Do you ever write things, and when someone quotes them back to you a significant amount of time later, wonder, “did I really say that?  How could those words have come from my mouth/fingers?” I am not all that clever … Continue reading

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Just Ask

I know the story of the prodigal son is one of the more famous parables of Jesus.  Many people have heard it, and I daresay many Christians have heard multiple sermons on it. You can find the text of the … Continue reading

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Bowling

Last week Highland Park Community Outreach went bowling for its last youth group meeting.  We picked up the few who were interested and could afford the $10 cost of 2 games, pizza, and pop, and soon enough were on our … Continue reading

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