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The Narrow Door

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“Enter through the narrow gate; for the gate is wide and the road broad that leads to destruction, and those who enter through it are many.  How narrow the gate and constricted the road that leads to life. And those who find it are few.”  (from Matthew 7:6) Read more »

Humor at work

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I received this as an email last week and thought it was funny, but true!  I wanted to share with all! Read more »

Prayers for Bob

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As many of you might have heard, Bob Lesnefsky had a stroke last week. He is very appreciative of all the prayers for his recovery. Here is the latest updates on him.

Please pass this on to all who may know Bob and want to offer prayers.

The Gym

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I recently joined a gym and hired a trainer to see me through the first few weeks.  Joining was the easy part, let me tell you.  But for it to work, I have to actually go and work out.  It is easy to belong to the gym. The results come from actually attending, working out, listening to trainer and then living out what he suggests.   Read more »

What Time is IT?

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A couple of years ago I quit wearing a watch.  I really don't know why and I thought for sure I would miss it.  Before I would always find myself looking at it to see what time is was. 

But since then, I really don't miss it.  I can really live without it.  When I need to know the time there are enough reminders around to let me know, my car clock, my phone, my computer screen, the clocks that seem to be in every room. 

If we only had that many reminders that say - Hey, time to spend some with Jesus.  He sends us great reminders each day to come and sit with Him.  He allows us to wake up, allows us to eat, to drive or be driven where we need to be and he even gives us the freedom to choose Him.  Read more »

Greater Things

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  Greater things have yet to come,

and greater things are still to be done in this city.

Four years ago a frightened young girl, whom I had never met, came to work for me.  She was to be my intern to help with the Steubenville conference.  She was unsure, and I found out later that she wanted to quit after the first day.  But she hung in there, and not only helped, but came back the following year to work full time in the summer to get ready for our first year of two conferences.  Read more »