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August 20, 2015 // 0 Comments

This summer we had the joy of spending a few days camping with our children and grandchildren near the sand dunes by Silver Lake. I remember visiting there as a child walking the dunes, visiting the lighthouse and swimming in Lake Michigan. Then later as our children grew we returned to do some of the same things, running the dunes and watching the dune buggies master [...]

A Conspicuous Presence

August 13, 2015 // 0 Comments

by Rev. Laurie TenHave-Chapman I can’t see her face because the traffic sign with the word SLOW on it blocks it. What I can see is her torso and legs. This young woman has been hired for the mundane, interminable job of holding a traffic sign all day while construction workers labor around her. She has chosen to spice up the job by showing a little flesh. As she holds [...]

A Message for You

March 17, 2011 // 0 Comments

Can’t See… by PASTOR RON AULBACH BridgeWay Community Church Vision is something we take for granted. I’m reminded when I go to the eye doctor and they put those drops in that make things all fuzzy for a couple hours. I think they are secretly testing me for when I’m older. Another time, I was trimming some tree branches with a chainsaw and one snapped back and [...]

A Message for You – September 17, 2009

September 17, 2009 // 0 Comments

Pennant season begins by PASTOR DICK RILEY Rockford United Methodist Church The pennant races are on! As professional baseball moves through the month of September, many teams, including the Detroit Tigers, are fighting for an opportunity to play in the World Series, and they have already begun working harder in order to secure a position in the post-season play. Many [...]

A Message for You – July 2, 2009

July 2, 2009 // 0 Comments

Freedom by PASTOR MICHAEL CISLER North Kent Bible Church As we approach our nation’s Independence Day, it causes me to pause and give thanks for the freedom that is available to us. I am thankful for the many who have served and sacrificed in the past to allow that freedom. I am thankful for those who serve and sacrifice today to continue that freedom and to attempt [...]
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