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On the eve of the election, and after a week long seminar I participated in, I’m going to pull together my closing thoughts on the election. I ask you to hold on for a longer ride this time as I … Continue reading
The SECOND ISSUE that is shaping the presidential race is climate change. The link that I posted in the previous post was only slightly helpful concerning this topic. There are three questions there that the compilers have gathered. They all … Continue reading
We the people are faced with three, well, now four people to choose from for the 2016 Presidential election. Can you name all four tickets? I could not until today. At least not by the candidates’ full names and party associations. … Continue reading
We could tell the story in a dozen different ways. Looking back we can clearly see how God has sustained and blessed during our eighth term of ministry in Chile. Statistics can’t tell the whole story of the variety of ministries … Continue reading
After completing our Bible study for the week, a young man in his 20’s said to me “Don’t go, Pastor. Don’t go.” I have been meeting with him on a weekly basis for the past 16 weeks. We were just … Continue reading
January 2016 marked an historical milestone for the ministry and our team in Chile. After several years of working to coordinate and plan a seminar for writers, the goal was finally reached! What a joy to see 7 people (myself included) … Continue reading
“What? Seven months since my last post?” Actually the reality is, I have some 10 or 12 posts in my head that just have not seen the light of day. One of them stole some of my sleep last night! “No … Continue reading
In my previous post (“On the Downward Slope”, posted April 18) I presented what I feel to be the fundamental truth upon which life and liberty are founded, namely this: all moral considerations and all ethical postures depend on the … Continue reading