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One of the requirements of deacon formation is to participate in a social justice and charitable ministries. Since this past May, I have been volunteering at Hansford Manor. I play bingo with the residents, play games like Skip Bo, visit, … Continue reading
I wrote this a few years ago when I was writing an agricultural blog for The Journal Record. You can find it here. I read on Facebook that Harv died this afternoon. Living in the panhandle has given me the opportunity … Continue reading
He is risen! Alleluia! The season of Lent is behind us, and the celebration of the Easter season has begun. I want to thank you for accompanying me on this Lenten reflection journey. Many times, I had to make myself … Continue reading
The intervention of God, in the man of Jesus, was the ultimate participation of God in His creation, for God became a man. “For God so loved the world that he gave his only Son, that whoever believes in him … Continue reading
In the same night, One turns Jesus over to the authorities, and the other denies Him. They both betray Him. One humbles himself, and seeks repentance and forgiveness. The other dies in his anguish. One is buried with dogs. The … Continue reading
I heard a news story about some of the Boston Marathon bombing survivors and victims. It talked about how they are coping with the tragedy. How they are helping one another, and receiving help from friends. During the story an observation … Continue reading