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Billy’s Cross

This poem about Billy Graham was composed in 2013 by his brother-in-law, Leighton Ford, for Billy’s 95th birthday. Billy Graham died in February of 2018, nine months short of his 100th birthday. For almost a century, he was “America’s evangelist.” … Continue reading

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Nailed

This is it. We are down to our last day for Mike’s $500 Match. Thanks to David and Robert who increased their amounts yesterday, we are now only $165 away from monthly pledges that will guarantee the Catch an increase … Continue reading

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‘Behold I am making all things new’

Last night in our Catch church service on line, we had a blessed time recalling Isaiah 53 as the true meaning of Christmas. Remembering it was the birth of a suffering servant whose life was “cut short in midstream” for … Continue reading

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This is it

This is the day the earth shook. The sky turned dark. Graves opened. The fulcrum of history twisted and groaned on its axis. Sacrifices would be no more. We are now on the other side of this. Christ’s death shattered … Continue reading

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The gospel according to George Beverly Shea

My friend, Arnold, who passed away Saturday night, two days after his 82nd birthday, loved listening to George Beverly Shea sing hymns and gospel songs. He had an Alexa player by his bed, and at least once a day, his … Continue reading

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He did it all for love

Down the Via Dolorosa called the way of suffering Like a lamb came the Messiah, Christ the king But He chose to walk that road Out of His love for you and me Down the Via Dolorosa, all the way … Continue reading

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