Monthly Archives: May 2011

But what happened to Kanmani?

This past Sunday, in the course of a sermon series through Ecclesiastes, we were considering “the vanity of justice” as described by the Qohelet.  Along those lines, I began by describing the life and misery of a 10-year-old girl, Kanmani, … Continue reading

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All of Life an Illustration

Jesus told stories.  It’s often (and wisely) noted that the one of the reasons He told such stories was because of the way they slide under our radar, pull us in, grab the imagination, and move us to understanding deeper … Continue reading

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I Felt So Helpless… – Part 2

Well, I probably shouldn’t have left you hanging in that last post.  Miss D is fine.  But only because my daughter and I recognized how helpless the situation was and then called in the assistance needed.  Within minutes of a … Continue reading

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I Felt So Helpless…

Every Monday morning, various members of our family assist with the local Meals on Wheels effort to get hot meals to shut-ins.  Our route takes us to all sorts of neighborhoods and living situations.  Some of these are long term … Continue reading

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