Monthly Archives: July 2012

Great Sunday!

It was a great Sunday today. We had a great group  of church  goers this  morning at the worship service  and then an overflow group at the Presbyterian Manor.  I’m exhausted but sure am Spirit-filled with awe of the power … Continue reading

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King & I

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I had the opportunity to travel with  a number  of church  members from Emporia Presbyterian Church to KC to  attending the final showing of the King and I at the Cultural Arts – Jewish  Community Center of Greater  Kansas City. … Continue reading

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There Is Hope

The following will appear in our August church newsletter. “Count it all joy, my brothers, when you meet trials of various kinds, for you know that the testing of your faith produces steadfastness. And let steadfastness have its full effect, … Continue reading

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Speaks for Itself

View this clip.  Drama,  yes.  But I  think there is a lot of truth spoken here. What is the legacy we will leave for our children?  Will it be a legacy of great things, reaching for the stars or will … Continue reading

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Is It Real

There is a clip from an HBO program making the rounds on Facebook.  Here it is. There is some irony that a fictional  drama  reveals  the nature  of what takes place in a newsroom  these days.  The statement “Its a … Continue reading

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It’s Hot in Topeka

Kind of corny from those cartoon network characters in their old “hot in Topeka” routine. As I walk around my home to survey the earth moving away from the foundation, I’m reminded that during unrelentless weeks of heat as we … Continue reading

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Politics and Tenure for Police & Fire Chiefs

Here’s a very interesting perspective on politics and police and fire chief tenure. Playing Politics With Police Chiefs A Costly Gamble The Connecticut Law Tribune by Karen Lee Torre – December 5, 2011 East Haven’s (now former) Democratic Mayor April … Continue reading

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Polictics, Clothing, Olympics and Nonsense

A few days ago, I noticed that Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid made a scathing statement about how he discovered that our Olympic team was wearing uniforms made in China.  He made the comment that they should burn them.  Unfortunately, … Continue reading

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Back Again

It’s been a while since I last posted but things will be active again as items come across my desk and I have information to share with you.

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