I’m a Christian and other Lies we Tell Ourselves

Nut JobThe common perception of a person calling themselves a Christian in the 1940’s and 50’s, was that of a clean-cut man dressed in a suit and tie, along with his wife in her pretty dress. They would be walking hand in hand with their 2 children who were all dressed up, into church on a Sunday morning. They were considered the honest, trustworthy members of society. Be it right or be it wrong, this concept was the perception, the generally accepted understanding of what a Christian was.

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Measuring up, the story of a life dedicated to service

First and foremost, I would like to say “thank you” to each and every one of the men and women who helped and supported our family at the time of my father’s passing. The fact that you would take the time out to be at the memorial service or to offer a kind word means so much to our family.

I want to personally thank Pastor Green, Pastor Kleiman, Arlo Moehlenpah, and Pastor Trammell for honoring my father with their thoughtful words during the memorial service and to Pastor Pate who delivered the grave side eulogy.

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I’ll say it again. I AM NOT A SUPERHERO, although my wife and kids think I am SUPER. Too Chessy?…I’ll still use it. Ever feel like you don’t have the strength or the resilience that others may see in you? Read more of this post

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