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Superman Bathroom

Consider This…. By Pastor Greg McClellan   My grandson, Malachi, loves super heroes. He and his little brother, Justus, have several capes and masks of various super heroes, not like the old blanket we tied around our neck back in … Continue reading

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Under Law

About the time Lisa and I were married I was involved in an automobile accident. My father-in-law, brother-in-law, and I were driving down a four-lane road and pulled into the left hand turn lane at an intersection. There was quite … Continue reading

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Cover Up

My son, Tim, recently told me that my grand daughter, Annalee, made a sign and asked if she could hang it on her bedroom door. He told her that would be fine. A few days later, as he walked by … Continue reading

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Debits and Credits

We have our taxes done by an accountant. Last year our daughter, Hannah, was no longer in school so we could no longer claim her as a dependent. Somewhere in our conversation with the accountant that information wasn’t communicated clearly … Continue reading

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White As Snow

It was snowing when I got up this morning. Three inches had accumulated through the night. I swept off the porch and sidewalk and ran a couple errands, which took about half an hour. By the time I returned another … Continue reading

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Clearing My Throat

My uvula is too long. You know that ding-dangly thing that hangs in the back of your throat. It touches against the back of my tongue and makes me feel like there is something stuck so I am often clearing … Continue reading

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“I Love You”

I remember years ago when I was newly married I heard someone on the radio mention that every time you say good-bye to your spouse it is possible that it is your last. With that in mind Lisa and I … Continue reading

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Once for All

When I was younger we heated our house with firewood. We stacked wood in the driveway along the side of the house, along the side of the shed at the far corner of our yard, and on the back porch … Continue reading

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A Package Deal

When Lisa and I first moved to Owatonna Minnesota so I could go to college we already had two children and another was on the way. For the next four years we raised our family on a quiet street about … Continue reading

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Forgetfulness

Shortly after I was married my father-in-law (whom I affectionately refer to as either “Dirt bag” or “Dad”) and I had a conversation about age. From his perspective time went by too fast and he would gladly return to a … Continue reading

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