Dare To Be Different Part II

by Russ Peters

Dare To Be Different Part II As time went on, Nebuchadnezzar began to forget his awe at Daniel’s God, and instead dwelt on the fact that he was that “head of Gold,” representing the greatest gentile kingdom portrayed in his dream which Daniel had interpreted. Chapter three of Daniel describes how his heart was lifted […]

Dare To Be Different Part I

by Russ Peters

Tuesday, July 4, 2017, was the 241st birthday of the United States of America, a country founded on Christian principles. In the early days the USA was considered to be a Christian nation, whose citizens conducted themselves in such a manner that the nation has been greatly blessed by God. Though the USA has only […]

Flying Free

by Anonymous

When Gordon plays guitar onstage he looks confident and at home in his skin, but it was not always so. Gordon’s love of music dates back to early childhood.  When he and his family watched Ozzie and Harriet on TV, at the end of the show when Ricky Nelson played his guitar and sang a […]

Right Now!

by Anonymous

Nancy prefaced her story by telling me that she is a very careful driver, and does very well in snow. After one particular snowstorm, however, while backing down her driveway, her car began to slip sideways. Nancy had mastered the technique of correcting her steering in this situation, however on this particular day, the car […]

The Ring Debarker

by Anonymous

Shortly before Terry began working at the sawmill he became believer a in Jesus Christ. In those days he was amazed and surprised at the experience of God stepping into his life and changing him. It was the greatest gift he had ever received, and in his joy and child-like innocence he shared the good […]

Keep a Civil Tongue in Your Head

by Russ Peters

The title of this blog came to my mind as I was reading the Bible in my devotions this morning. It is an expression that was common in those long ago days of my youth. This expression is actually defined in the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary and Thesaurus thus: “Keep a civil tongue in your […]

The Human Body

by Russ Peters

The Centerpiece of Easter I hesitate to use the word Easter, and do so only because in the English-speaking world it is by far the word most used when speaking of the resurrection of Jesus’ body and the celebration thereof. Hereafter, I will use “Jesus’ Resurrection” for the event and “Resurrection Day” for the annual […]

A Sheltered Childhood

by Russ Peters

My parents married just after World War I ended in 1918, and I was born on April 25, 1920, so my childhood was neatly tucked between World War I and World War II. Thus I had no worries about either war. Though the great drought/depression of the early 1930’s came during my childhood, my Daddy […]

Is Unity a Good Thing?

by Russ Peters

But of course! Why wouldn’t it be? What a stupid question! Well, unity has a number of meanings, so we better get more specific. Since I posted the question, I guess it is up to me to pick the dictionary meaning to be used. In my dictionary it is meaning number five: complete accord among […]

Lament of a Mini-goat

by Russ Peters

Lament of a Mini-goat Maxi-Grandpa Peters It all began with a horse named Happy, Whose disposition was actually very scrappy. A thoroughbred, retired from racing, A handsome horse but always pacing. Annie thought she knew his need, And suggested they buy another steed. Her folks declined and said that such Would end up eating way […]