Tag Archives: God’s Love

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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Touch the Top of the World

Several years ago I wrote a column about a man whose name is Erik Weihenmayer. He is a mountaineer and is only one of some 150 people who have scaled the Seven Summits – the highest mountain peaks on all … Continue reading

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The Elephants Are on the Table

A number of years ago I came across a web-site called “Ship of Fools”. It is a site that is dedicated to poking some light hearted fun at the church. Coming out of Britain, no denomination is safe from their … Continue reading

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The Road Less Travelled

Have you ever had trouble trying to figure out which way is the way for you to go? Is it easier for you to follow the crowd or for you to follow your own path? I know that the easy … Continue reading

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Illusions of Reality

I spent some of my growing up years in the city of Vancouver, British Columbia. It was a great place to live. Our house was one block from the ocean, three blocks from Jericho Beach, where at the concession stand … Continue reading

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Happy Epiphany

Today, January 6th, is the first day of the Season of Epiphany. What is an epiphany? Let me explain by telling a story about Archimedes, the mathematician who lived in ancient Greece. Legend has it that one day while he … Continue reading

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