Monthly Archives: May 2005

Getting Worse?

Are things really getting worse? Do teenagers today face worse days than those of the sixties and seventies did? Your answer might depend on where you live. I think that life is better in Soldotna, Alaska in the 2000’s than … Continue reading

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Solomon said several times in the Ecclesiastes his “success test.” In Chapter 2:24-25 he wrote, “A man can do nothing better than to eat and drink and find satisfaction in his work. This too, I see, is from the hand … Continue reading

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2005 First Hikes

I had a great time and a beautiful day Friday hiking the Turnagain Arm Trail.  At least 30 bald eagles were standing sentinel along the Arm, in the shallows. I observed the bore tide coming up Turnagain.  The trail was … Continue reading

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Filling the Church

The elderly priest, speaking to the younger priest, said, “It was a good idea to replace the first four pews with plush bucket theater seats. It worked like a charm. The front of the church fills first.” The young priest … Continue reading

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Bible Reading

The earliest things we learn turn out to be the most important.  Thanks to the mutual encouragement in my Life Transformation Group I’m reading Mark again and again.  Reading the Bible is so therapeutic to my life.  How powerful Jesus is!  … Continue reading

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Down the Trail

I’m getting good response from people personally and on the web about the Sunday fun hikes.  It will be fun having a plan and something to look forward to each Sunday to get out and see God’s great creation. In … Continue reading

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Family Hikes

Since my Sunday Grace Group doesn’t meet regularly in the summer, I’m planning some Sunday afternoon/evening hikes and inviting any of you to join me.  The first and last will be a Skyline Scramble – not for the faint of … Continue reading

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