Looking past the future
Looking past the future

Life can get away from us. We always seem to long for the next thing in life. Junior high students want to be in high school; high schoolers want to be in college; college students want to be in their career. If we are not careful, we wish our...

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The Joy in the Largeness
The Joy in the Largeness

It was hot and humid, which is pretty standard for a tropical rainforest. I was with a missions group, deep in a jungle on the island of Trinidad. Everything around seemed to captivate our attention. Leafcutter ants were victoriously carrying...

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Gone Fishing
Gone Fishing

I love fishing. However, by definition (at least mine anyway) that means when I go out with bait and a pole, I actually catch fish on the hook. I’ve gone before and caught nothing. That’s not fishing. That’s casting. I don’t do casting. Matthew...

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You are what you… read.
You are what you… read.

I used to hate reading. It was on the same level as the dentist and sauerkraut. A reading assignment at school was a devious form of slow, mind-numbing torture. When I went to Bible College, my interest ignited. The “had to read” soon turned to...

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