Author Archives: jwfisch

Finding a new road

Are you aware of having certain patterns in your life that you are unable — even unwilling to change? They seem so entrenched, so beyond your ability to do anything about? You might even see yourself walking in the same … Continue reading

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Returning to Eagle Nest, New Mexico

It was a year ago this weekend when Chandler and I entered the valley where the town of Eagle Nest, New Mexico sits on the shore of Eagle Nest Lake. It was Memorial Day weekend, and as we wound along … Continue reading

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Desperately seeking Miriam

Last night’s BlogTalkRadio show featuring David Horner, Professor of Biblical and Theological Studies & M.A. Philosophy at Talbot School of Theology at Biola University, is now required listening for all of you who have your boots on the ground and … Continue reading

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… but is he a Christian?

If your ears were burning last night, it’s because we were talking a lot about you. You were the center of an intimate evening where a group of people gathered to learn more about you and celebrate you with a … Continue reading

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What happens to a kernel of wheat that’s so special?

“I tell you the truth, unless a kernel of wheat is planted in the soil and dies, it remains alone. But its death will produce many new kernels—a plentiful harvest of new lives.” John 12:24 It’s a spiritual principle that … Continue reading

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Sound advice for all of us “supers”

Time, again, for that good advice from Elastigirl, the “super” from the film, “The Incredibles.” In this fast-paced animated feature movie, Bob and Helen Parr are retired superheroes trying to have a normal life blending their family into the suburbs, when … Continue reading

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I never knew I had it so good

It’s been nothing short of overwhelming — an avalanche of memories and well wishes coming to me via email, text, Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, Instagram and other means of message notifications I didn’t even know existed, and most of them going … Continue reading

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‘I feel more like eighty-five’

I can remember like yesterday when Randy Stonehill first came out with his song, “Turning Thirty.” Great song, but it made me feel old. I’ve got a couple years on him so I had already passed that milestone. I do … Continue reading

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