Category Archives: relationships

Is Jesus Christ among you?

Test yourselves. If you cannot tell that Jesus Christ is among you, it means you have failed the test. 2 Corinthians 13:5 How do you tell if Jesus is among you? You look for Him. Is He here? Is He … Continue reading

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On the road again

It’s simple, really. Caring for people from creation to restoration is seeing the value and importance of every human being on this planet regardless. There is no one insignificant. No one who doesn’t count. No one who is an outcast … Continue reading

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Loving the whole person

Thank you to those who commented both publicly and privately to yesterday’s Catch. Bottom line is: I probably could have been better informed about what I was trying to say, but I do believe most of you got it anyway. … Continue reading

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Our lives tell the story

We have spoken freely to you, Corinthians, and opened wide our hearts to you. We are not withholding our affection from you, but you are withholding yours from us. As a fair exchange—I speak as to my children—open wide your hearts also. 2 … Continue reading

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Alone or together?

“Yours for the Journey” means we are not alone. It means we belong to each other for the duration. It means that if you choose to mess up, you take me with you; and if I mess up, I take … Continue reading

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Less agreement; more love

Too much agreement kills a chat.  – Eldridge Cleaver The worst thing about American political parties is that there are only two of them. To be sure, there are additional parties, but these are too small to make much of … Continue reading

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Caught in the act of fixing something

  My wife, Marti, doesn’t believe I ever fix anything around the house, so much so that when she caught me tightening the loose screws on the back door latch last night, she had to run and get the camera … Continue reading

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A proper disregard for the law

  [Note: If you’ve been reading the Catch all week, you can skip the first two paragraphs.]

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