Category: Christ-follower

A Sunday Kind of Man

I received news last night that Bishop Terry (Terence) Kelshaw met His Savior face-to-face in the early dawn of yesterday after being diagnosed with wide-spread cancer.  For those who knew him, you will appreciate God’s kindness in letting his earthly life end on a Sunday, the Lord’s Day as the birds sang at sunrise in Albuquerque, New…

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Grace Has a Name

Friends, It’s been suggested that I periodically post a sermon I have preached on this blogsite.  Because the sermon on grace that I preached this last Sunday, April 12, relates well to two passions of mine — one of finding God in all circumstances of life and two, of sharing God with those who do not…

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A Bit of Wood, That’s Me

I sometimes imagine Jesus when, after instituting the Last Supper, He walked with His disciples through the Kidron Valley to the Garden of Gethsemane where He would later, after heart-wrenching prayer, be arrested and His Passion would begin.  The Valley would have been a place where grape vineyards flourished.  Here Jesus would have walked slowly…

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What is life all about?

It has now been two years, eight months and 24 days since my diagnosis of advanced breast cancer.  It’s been a long, hard journey and one that doesn’t really have an end. First, as most cancer sufferers will tell you, when you hear the words “you have cancer”, your life is forever changed.  The experts agree:  cancer…

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