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God Uses Us

Grandkids surprise us with their words: “Grandparents are a lady and a man who have no children of their own….

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Faith and the Family Circus

I grew up in the home of a bookstore manager. You couldn’t walk four steps without stubbing your toe on…

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There’s Darkness Down There

A 4-year-old asked his dad if they could get a kitten. Dad said, “No, I’m allergic to cats. We can’t…

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Gratitude in the Great Lockdown

Whoever said, “May you live in interesting times” certainly got his wish. Thanks to the Coronavirus peace and comfort seem…

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In the Middle of the Mess

Whoever said, “May you live in interesting times,” got his wish. It’s been quite a time, hasn’t it? My wife…

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The Ultimate Tomb Raider

I’m told that the most common shoplifted food item is cheese. Shoplifting is never a gouda idea, but when a…

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Freaking Out: The Christian Guide to Fear

Have you ever been frightened half to death? If you’re frightened half to death twice, what happens? I have three…

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Judging a Book by its Cover

I write books with serious titles like, I Used to Have Answers, Now I Have Kids, and Who Put the…

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A Slice of Dread for Breakfast

Winnie the Pooh said, “My spelling is wobbly; it’s good spelling but it wobbles, and the letters get in the…

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