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What happens to a kernel of wheat that’s so special?

“I tell you the truth, unless a kernel of wheat is planted in the soil and dies, it remains alone. But its death will produce many new kernels—a plentiful harvest of new lives.” John 12:24 It’s a spiritual principle that … Continue reading

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Prepare to die!

Upon further review, that “prepare to die” thing with Inigo Montoya could go another way — something like this … Instead of thinking of Inigo Montoya as basing his life on seeking revenge, since he is such a likable character … Continue reading

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Of cold heads and tree trimming

Our trees have gotten a haircut. At least that’s what it feels like lately when I get up in the morning and find the sun streaming in our windows in places where it hasn’t streamed in a long time. There’s … Continue reading

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The American way of death

What happens when you die? It’s the most obvious, avoided question on record. Obvious, because there is a pretty high percentage rate of people who will have to face it. (Last I checked it was 100%.) Avoided, because if you … Continue reading

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Behind bars

Today’s thoughts come by way of one of our readers who spends a good deal of his time working with people in prison. What he finds out is that there is an advantage to being in prison when it comes … Continue reading

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