Samuel became King, we learned about trust

I drove to South Dakota several years ago to say goodbye to King before he passed and to meet my dear friend Dusty. That’s another story. – Teri The movie Black Beauty opens with the old horse content, lying in a green field and telling a classic tale of loss, sorrow, and redemption. “I remember […]

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Two Ways to Do the (Dam) Thing

Breaching Snake River dams could save salmon and orcas, but destroy livelihoods, Ron Judd’s recent article in the Seattle Times’ Pacific Northwest Magazine, does a pretty good job of presenting a side that doesn’t generally get a whole lot of air west of the Cascades. This is not to say it isn’t very sad, but […]

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All Is Not As It Seems: Trust and the National Day of Prayer

Woke up at 3:30 this morning. Couldn’t sleep. It seems America’s lost her way and things look pretty grim. But while they say seeing is believing, it isn’t always so. All is not as it seems. Today’s the National Day of Prayer, a day when millions call upon God to heal our land. This year’s […]

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