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I’m going to take you back to one of my “bone-headed moments.” You’ll have to picture this little scenario in your head in order to see the humor in it. I still get a little bit of a chuckle when I think about it. Years back, a couple buddies and I were on our way to do something; I can’t even remember what it was.
His skin was bronzed and leathery…He looked like a cross between Jack Palance and the Marlboro man…Not sure what drew my gaze in his direction. Was it the chocolate brown lab at his side?  Or, maybe it was the piercing, pale, blue eyes that got my attention, even through a truck window across an intersection. He was a drifter,
“It is not really your decision to make. ”His words were a failed attempt to alleviate my anguish and guilt. I was experiencing a measure of torment that I had never been acquainted with. I was expressing to my boss why I needed a day off…I found myself in a no win situation and I needed to take care of it…Though,
A few weeks back, I came across a story about a young lady by the name of Wendy Stoker. Wendy was a tenaciously determined young lady, who had amassed a fairly impressive list of accomplishments before her 20th birthday. In High School, Wendy worked hard, putting in many hours each week. The fruit of her labor was placing third in the Iowa
Pastor Rob's blog entry for this week is his personal testimony. It is very powerful and will speak to many. As you can see, his life was not easy, but once he let Jesus be the Lord of his life, he started on his road to recovery and he was set free. "And we know that God causes all things to work together for good to those who love God, to those who are called according to His purpose." (Romans 8:28) Now the Lord is using all the struggles from Pastor Rob's past, to help him to minister to the masses.