Tag Archives: Lessons Learned

Negotiating with Terrorists

Dilemma.  Pressure.  Wrestling.  Discernment.   Those words accurately describe the past three weeks. There is this fellow and his family who have recently “come back” to the church I pastor.  He and his wife grew up, were loved and nurtured and … Continue reading

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Are We There Yet? My Guess is … No, Not Yet

It’s been an busy time here at Little Church Around the Corner.  They’ve seen new people come and new people go.  They’ve even kept some new people.  They’ve been told they are warm, caring, supportive and loving.  But they’ve also been … Continue reading

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Utter Sadness

This is what the Lord says: “Stand at the crossroads and look; ask for the ancient paths, ask where the good way is, and walk in it, and you will find rest for your souls. But you said, ‘We will … Continue reading

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In Memorium

My friend died this morning.  She was 42 years old and had lived with a rare form of stomach cancer for two years.  She had the greatest spirit of anyone I know and did not want to die.  She wasn’t … Continue reading

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