Monthly Archives: August 2018

Conjoined Sin?

Do fear and anger go together, when fear lifts it’s frightened head we merely react, not really thinking to whatever we thought was said? Fear can be a good thing when it warns that troubles near, but when it causes … Continue reading

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Life

Why are we here, what’s it about? Is there real meaning or just reams of pure doubt? Everything seems random, we’re so out of touch we want to be someone we want it so much. Off to work in the … Continue reading

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Remembering Greg Isaacs

Greg, a husband, father, CPA, a leader till his final day; a warrior with a fountain pen, no battle ever mastered him. A heart of passion made of gold, resolute and charming, gently bold. Quiet, focused, a reverence seen the … Continue reading

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We Are Called To Do What?

“What do you want me to do for you?”, Luke 18:41. The question Jesus asked the blind man. The question we ourselves still struggle with, what do we want God to do for us? For the blind man it was … Continue reading

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Adrift

Adrift in the ocean a thousand miles from shore water all around you what direction you implore? You sense that you’re in peril, your compass doesn’t work, you can’t continue drifting are soon you’ll go berserk. You need to drop … Continue reading

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