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My wife, Pat, posed an interesting question to me a couple of weeks ago: What distinguishes a civilized society from a barbarian society? The question was prompted as she read a book about Michael Rockefeller, the 23-year-old son of Nelson Rockefeller, who disappeared off the coast of Dutch New Guinea
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Stan Ott, a long-time member here at Leidy’s church, is a dinosaur. He told me so himself. That means my statement is not an ad hominem smear nor is it some sort of malicious gossip. Perhaps I should give you some context for that statement. When Stan graduated from law
I had a startling revelation the other day: I realized I loved my wife. Whoa now! I can tell you’re taking that the wrong way. For almost four decades I have covenantally, joyfully, romantically, faithfully, and knowingly loved my wife. So this was not a new revelation. Rather it was
In recent months, I’ve had opportunity to meditate at some length on the matter of gratitude. For instance, why was it that one day, I became extraordinarily filled with gratitude over the simple matter of getting in and out of the shower safely? Answer: Because after having bi-lateral knee replacement
As the seasons change from winter to spring and we begin to spend more time outdoors, it is only natural that our minds would drift more often to thoughts of the environment. Perhaps this is why Earth Day is so thoughtfully scheduled right around this time of year! As we