By Dave Holland Then He took the five loaves and the two fish, and looking up to heaven, He blessed and broke them, and gave them to the disciples to set before the multitude. So, they all ate... Luke 9:16-17 Potatoes are worth about a dollar in my hands, but they...

Florida

By Sean Dietrich I am taking my dog for a walk among the thick longleaf pines of the West Floridian woods. I am on a trail that cuts across marshland, swampland, farmland, grassland, and every other kind of land. Autumn is in its infancy in the Sunshine State. The air is...
By Rick Moore Norman Rockwell said “The view of life I communicate in my pictures exceeds the sordid and the ugly. I paint life as I would like it to be.” Looking back on the twenty-fifth year of my marriage, the memories of that season can be recalled as either...
By Rev. Pete Hyde As I ease out of this role as Senior Pastor, not only of Community Church, but out of the pastoral ministry that has been my life for more than three decades, I find myself reflecting on those years and becoming a little nostalgic.  Hope these memories...

Homemade

By Sean Dietrich It’s late. And I wasn’t going to write this, but I have to. Not only for me, but for the good of our children, and our children’s children. No matter how hard it is to address. I’m talking, of course, about the highly controversial issue of homemade...
By Myrna Conrad, We all want to be shown respect. Do you remember when people used to say “Yes Sir/Yes Ma’am” or “No Sir/No Ma’am”?  Do you remember when people got up and gave an older person their seat if there were no more seats available, opened doors for people, or...

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