Category Archives: Faith Matters

Half Way Through

As many of you know, I have esophageal cancer. So far I have had two treatments of chemo and 8 of radiation. Three more chemos and 18 radiations to go. So fa«r I have been handling it well, with very … Continue reading

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Going For a Joy Ride

I now at home recovering from my surgery, and I am beginning to feel a little stronger every day. Although things didn’t go quite as expected, I am confident because I know that I am  in the Lord’s hands. I … Continue reading

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Still Waiting

You may remember from my last post that I have been diagnosed with esophageal cancer.  The plan is that docs will go in and remove my esophagus  and then reattach wha tis left to my stomach. But I am in … Continue reading

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It’d Been a While

It has been a while since I have written anything on my blog, but it hasn’t been out of choice. You see, I have spent the last two months in the hospital. At this point I am thankful for our … Continue reading

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Living As Christmas People

It looks as though it is over for another year. The hustle and the bustle, the hub and the bub and everything else that we associate with the Christmas season. When I was an active pastor, both Christmas and Easter … Continue reading

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Seek First The Kingdom of God

Matthew 6:33 tells us to “Seek first the Kingdom of God and His righteousness, and all these things will be added to you.” But what does it mean to seek the Kingdom of God? Indeed what does it mean to seek … Continue reading

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So This is Christmas

The opening words to John Lennon’s “So This is Christmas” go something like this “So this is Christmas/And what have you done/Another year over/And a new one begun.” The song goes on to describe the hope for peace on earth. … Continue reading

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