Church of Another Kind

Church of Another Kind — Worship from Afar Yet Close I walk by the plaque, which I carved over 40 years ago, nearly everyday. It reminds me of the cry to worship that comes from a believer’s heart that has been touched by God. It has expanded meaning in the… Continue reading

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Virus and Economy, Note 2 — How Do We Maintain Fellowship and Reach Out?

SOCIAL CONTACT AND FELLOWSHIP IN AN INFECTIOUS DISEASE ENVIRONMENT WITH AN ECONOMIC FREEZE? This note is primarily meant for believers and groups of believers during the current months when the COVID-19 virus is in full swing and the economy is faltering. Faylene and I are not doctors or experts, but… Continue reading

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Higher and Deeper, Note 3

Higher and Deeper, Note 3 Roland and Faylene March 20, 2020 The fresh bread smelled so good. I lay it on the table for a picture after reading in John 6. But the bread on the table is not eating it. To be of any use, it must be eaten.… Continue reading

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The Rescuing Creator

We had prayed for her several times. After a few times, we asked her to come visit us because we had been praying for her. Weeks later, when she finally came, she was already crying. We sat with her, gently talked to her, and prayed for her. We did not… Continue reading

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Family?

FAMILY. In most cultures, family is considered a high priority or, in some cases, THE priority. But in what context? Is that the highest priority? If we came from star dust and the big bang, family’s importance in realistic terms of history, is hollow, because our ancestry is truly just… Continue reading

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