Tag Archives: serving the Lord

On the Move

A recent Garfield cartoon had the ever optimistic Jon proclaiming, “Nothing can stop me!” To which the lethargic Garfield replied, “Nothing can start me!” This seems to describe two different types of church members you find in most congregations. On … Continue reading

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Still Serving

Barbara Klassen had a great-uncle who lived to be 106 years old. He maintained such good health in his later years that he was able to chauffer some of his less able-bodied senior friends around town. On his 100th birthday, … Continue reading

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Doing Your Best

A man robbed a bank in New York City yesterday and got away with over $1,200. It happened at the Santander Bank in Queens shortly after 2:00pm. The robber, wearing a grey hoodie, passed a note to the teller demanding … Continue reading

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He’s Still Got It!

Jack Nicklaus participated in the par 3 contest at the Masters in Augusta, Georgia, yesterday. The 75-year-old, who is considered by many to be the greatest golfer of all time, showed that he still has what it takes. Nicklaus pleased … Continue reading

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Focus on Your Game

Golfer Russell Knox is not known for hitting the ball a long way off the tee. He came in at number 120 on the PGA Tour last year in driving distance. Knox comments about this:  “I played with Bubba (Watson) … Continue reading

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Felt the Pain

The boy coming up to pinch hit was by far the smallest player on his baseball team, but he approached the batter’s box with great zeal and determination. Pounding the plate with his bat, he eagerly awaited the first pitch. … Continue reading

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True Colors

A Massachusetts fisherman recently caught a rare lobster that is half orange and half black, with the colors split down the middle. Such coloration is estimated to occur only once in every 50 million lobsters. Far more common are people … Continue reading

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Still as Strong

I just saw a 92-year-old man mowing the lawn of his church with a push mower. Let me type that again, just so you won’t think that there was some kind of mistake. I just saw a 92-year-old man mowing … Continue reading

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