Monthly Archives: July 2005

Bears

Sue’s brother-in-law Jim Hawkins and his children Joe Ben and Ibby visited us for four weeks this summer.  And wow did they bring out the bears!  Early in their visit, twice in fact, I was driving the Sterling Highway north … Continue reading

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Fish Avalanche

It’s 2:00 A.M. and I’m starting to wind down.  Jim and Kim Webb invited Sue and me to go dipnetting with them after work (Friday).  So we went, and what started as good fishing (getting from 2 to 4 salmon … Continue reading

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CD Recording

The past two weeks have been typically “Alaskan-summer-full.” Yesterday I was in Anchorage with David to record his second music CD.  I was happy with Ken Sease and his work at Mirror Studios.  Unexpected, we had to rent a Clavinova for the day.  … Continue reading

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Baptism by Triune Immersion

The Grace Brethren Churches are some of many churches that practice baptism by triune immersion (lovingly called “triple dippers”).  I don’t haggle over this issue a lot, but I have claimed on occasion that our practice is the original historical mode of … Continue reading

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Holiday Weekend

My weekend started early when I took a vacation day and drove to Anchorage Wednesday to pick up brother-in-law Jim Hawkins and his children Joe Ben and Ibby.  They arrived from Michigan and are staying with Sue and me for … Continue reading

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How to Know the Truth

Saying “Yes” to God is the door that opens up your mind to the truth.  Many people wander their whole lives in the dark – not knowing what is true and what is sham.  Choosing to do God’s will, turns … Continue reading

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