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I’m in love with a gift I was given to me months ago–a NEAT Scanner. I was told it was the best. However, I was concerned about setting it up in my computer. Finally, yesterday I bit the bullet and took […]

You are invited to attend The Special Gathering of IRC 2015 Christmas Play “It’s a Christmas Play” 7:00PM  Saturday, December 5 Crossroads Christian Fellowship Church 1050 Highway US 1, Sebastian 7:00PM Sunday, December 6 First United Methodist of Melbourne 110 […]

My favorite holiday, even as a child and young person, was Thanksgiving.  It is a time for sharing love with family and friends.  There are no gifts.  However, to quote a good friend, “It’s all about the food.” Nevertheless, as […]

Last May I was working when I made a mistake.  While I understood that I was to blame, my first reaction was to fix blame in other places.  As I look back on my reaction, I realize it was unrealistic for […]

Recently, I’ve heard a great deal about the things the Holy Spirit was doing in the 1960’s and 1970’s.  It is interesting to me because those were days through which we lived.  There were times that it seemed that the […]

Over the past months, I’ve discovered the classics from Sir Walter Scott, James Fenimore Cooper, St. Augustine to Andrew Murray.  Of course, most of these volumes were written in the early 1800’s.  Unlocking the labyrinth of historical fact wrapped around […]

Since there are three levels of friendship–causal, close and committed–it should be our goal to move as many friendships as humanly possible from a causal to a committed friendship. There is means that there are at least 10 things that […]

Perhaps one of the greatest virtues and joys of a Christian is remembering.  We often overlook the command that Jesus gave to us during the Lord’s Supper.  He said, “Do this so you will remember me.” Time and time again […]

It was a happy day when I mentioned to a person who works at Congressman Posey’s office about my AT&T phone problem.  “Oh, no,” the Congressman’s helpful office manager, Pam Gillespie, said.  “It is a federal law that you must […]

Often, those of us who minister to people who are intellectually disabled romanticize our population.  It is the most wonderful group of people with which I’ve worked.  However, like the rest of the population, there can be glaring bumps, blemishes […]