Tag Archives: relationships

Did I marry the wrong wife?

Some of you may have noticed the Catch went out late yesterday. When that happens you can usually assume technical difficulties or personal issues. The latter can come from the fact that I spent most the morning on a Catch … Continue reading

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Bringing the kingdom of God to our relationships

I would wager that we all would agree that God has a purpose for our lives. But I wonder how many of us are convinced that God has a destiny greater and better than our present circumstances. I ask, because … Continue reading

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Click on me

Click. Open me up. See what’s inside. Click on me. Open me up. Find out what you want to know. You’re on the information highway; click anywhere you like — anywhere you see the arrow turn into a hand is … Continue reading

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Getting along with those who are different

Wayne Bridegroom, aside from being my roomie in college (which means very little in the grand scheme of things except that it provides for our personal connection), is the pastor of a multiracial church in central California. The church has … Continue reading

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How to step into someone’s life rather than around it

I have a friend who likes to experiment with new ways of beginning a conversation. He’s kind of forced into this because he works with homeless teenagers in the downtown district of a large city where it’s hard to start … Continue reading

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Rediscovering true love ways

Please lock me away And don’t allow the day Here inside, where I hide With my loneliness  – Paul McCartney, as sung by Peter & Gordon On Saturday night last weekend, Marti and I had the privilege of enjoying a … Continue reading

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Living in the sun

In The Pigeon with the Ruby Collar, the prince, who because of war and upheaval has been shut up in a dungeon, has not seen the sun for years, and developed sun-sickness because of it. He cannot be exposed to … Continue reading

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Next door, but far, far away

This last weekend, my wife, Marti, attended the baby shower for our daughter-in-law, Elizabeth; we are about to become grandparents for the first time. For one of her gifts, Marti wrote a fairy tale, The Pigeon with the Ruby Collar, … Continue reading

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