Monthly Archives: January 2015


Yesterday, Joey, my physical therapist, asessed my mobility. He told me I had passed all my goals and was a fit eighty-eight year old male. I was glad and so was Joey. Pete Oakley, our webmaster, does not often initiate conversations. … Continue reading

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Value of Play.

Several days ago I sat at table with a half-dozen or so retired Mennonite ministers. At first the conversation was about the various Bible Schools and Seminaries each had attended, their respected professors and beloved colleagues. I was unusually quiet. … Continue reading

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Shall we Change the Issue?

Myron Augsburger suggested in his most recent comment that since he and I are unlikely to agree on homosexuality and the church, that we let the issue “rest with our Lord to continue influence by his Spirit for the best … Continue reading

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