Posted on July 22, 2020Categories Pastor's BlogTags , , , , , , ,

Watch Out for Bad Breath

By now most of you have realized the worst part about wearing a face mask; you can smell how bad your own breath is! Most of the time, we aren’t aware of our halitosis.  We have no idea what other people go through when leaning into speak with us. Now we are in the unique position of smelling what we have been breathing out onto other people. I’m sure that sales of breath mints and gum must be going up. … Continue reading “Watch Out for Bad Breath”

Posted on July 15, 2020Categories Pastor's BlogTags , , ,

The Masks Are Coming Off

There’s a fair deal of controversy in many parts of the world over whether or not people should be wearing some kind of face mask to help control the spread of COVID 19. It has become a particular issue in many churches. I confess that I don’t understand all the hype. After all, Christians have been wearing masks to church for years and years. That’s right. I’m calling you out. Long before the coronavirus came along you were already wearing … Continue reading “The Masks Are Coming Off”

Posted on May 20, 2020Categories Pastor's BlogTags , , ,

How Does Your Garden Grow?

About this time every May, when I was growing up, we would start planting our family garden. We lived out in the country and so the garden was a large one. My father would get the soil ready by running the rototiller over it a few times and breaking up the land. When the time came for planting it was all hands on deck, the whole family had to help out.   The largest section of the garden was for … Continue reading “How Does Your Garden Grow?”

Posted on May 13, 2020Categories Pastor's BlogTags , , , ,

Time To Clean Out

Earlier this month, Paul Willis, a hog farmer in Iowa, received a post card from his sister, Annie. She mailed it 33 years ago while visiting the Grand Canyon. That’s why they call it ‘snail mail’.

Earlier this month, Paul Willis, a hog farmer in Iowa, received a post card from his sister, Annie. She mailed it 33 years ago while visiting the Grand Canyon. That’s why they call it ‘snail mail’.