Monthly Archives: August 2019

Offering Grace Before Eating

I was raised on a farm in Saskatchewan in a religious, Lutheran environment where it was Law One to offer grace before you even dared put any food or drink to your lips at mealtime.   “Why do we have … Continue reading

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Living a Meaningful Life

“Some people die at age 25 but aren’t buried until they’re 75” –Benjamin Franklin If you’re married and have small children, I know you’ve heard them complain, “Dad, I’m bored. There’s nothing to do!” I can understand such feelings and … Continue reading

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Gratitude

Do you remember, as a kid, running up to your Dad and asking him to give you a portion of your allowance? With a smile, he reached into his pocket and pulled out a dollar and gave it to you. … Continue reading

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My Body, My Temple

My Body, My Temple I had an interesting—well, maybe I should call it an unusual experience last Friday when I visited my doctor at our local medical clinic. Now, remember, I said Friday! The waiting room was nearly empty of … Continue reading

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