Category Archives: Lent

the pilgrimage

I’m not sure when I first thought of life as a pilgrimage.  I remember that early on in life I became aware of the writing of John Bunyan, the author of the classic Pilgrims Progress.  Among the education materials that … Continue reading

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The Second Sunday in Lent.

After a visit with my doctor the OldMennoFool is on an antibiotic regimen to clear the conjestion in my bronchials.  The post reviews the particular Sunday of lent and offers some brief historical insights for family and church.   For … Continue reading

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From Death to Life

Two Sundays ago My Joy and I went to Sauder Hall to listen to Verdi’s Requiem rendered by Fort Wayne’s Philharmonic Orchestra and complimented by Goshen College’s combined choruses. When a close friend of Verdi died, he was so saddened … Continue reading

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