Monthly Archives: April 2014

The Great Ends of the Chruch

Through the month of May, we’ll be talking about (wait for the drum roll): There are six of them, and together, they constitute a kind of roadmap that lays out our purpose, or reason, for being. We will be examining … Continue reading

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Where Shall Wisdom Be Found?

So, let’s stick with the stewardship theme for a while. Joe and I lived for many years among the coal patch towns of Appalachia, in southwestern Pennsylvania. Most of the coal mines there were played out by the mid-20th century, … Continue reading

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Planted a Garden

Genesis tells us, in the second story of the creation, that God planted a garden in the east, a place called Eden, and then put the man, Adam, in the garden – to take care of it. It’s the start … Continue reading

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