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How do you tell the Christmas story to a group of people who are intellectually disabled?  Of course, this is a dilemma no matter where your ministry lies.  If you are a parent, can you make the story fresh to […]

Her voice was tentative, “Are you all right?”  My friend, Pam, asked. At first I had no idea to what she was referring.  ”Great.  Why are you asking?” I inquired. “Well,” Pam started, hesitantly, “when we were having lunch on […]

I sat at the table. The paper placard in front of me had my name printed on it to remind people of who I am.  For about four terms, I’ve served either as an alternate or a member of a […]

When I was a child, I thought we were rich.  In reality, we were not.  Yet, I seem to have always had an exalted idea of my lifestyle.  There are a few things that I gage weath by: 1.  Do […]

The complete title for this entry should be “The Effective Message for the Mentally Challenge Community and Everyone Else.”  Of course, this title is much too long.  Therefore, I had to shorten it.  Yet, I’ve come to believe that the […]

Here is the latest copy of LIFT Magazine and information about how to subscribe. Going to a higher place in life is often met with steep climbs, unforeseen adversity and debilitating struggles that leave one with a sense that a […]

A Savior for All People No matter who you are the Lord Jesus is God.  He understands and relates to you. There were 3 good arguments that Jesus was Black: 1.   He called everyone brother, 2.   He liked […]

I sometimes wonder how much time we spend waiting for a green traffic light. This is a phenomenon of the automobile age, though waiting has been the bane of human existence since our time spent in the Garden.  My first […]

All holidays are filled with traditions shared within each family.  This year, one of my granddaughters decided that we should start another Thanksgiving tradition, dressing (in costumes) for dinner. When it was mentioned, I immediately said, “I know what I […]

Of course, we all know the question.  Which came first the chicken or the egg?  As familiar as we are with the question, none of us truly know the answer.  (Though I can’t imagine God scattering eggs all over creation […]

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