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Some of these are as serious as I know how to be, while others (especially the ads) are just plain nutty.  Sorry, but I can't seem to help myself.  This is not an apology, just a fact.  These are hard times.  Rome is burning and Nero is griping that his filet mignon is over cooked.  Millions of people sit in long-term care facilities suffering late-life despair alone while many within the church remain indifferent.  I get angry about that.  Yes, I grumble, but I laugh, too.  Believers live joyfully because God's son died for us.  Praise his name!  He offers life to the full!  (John 10:10)                                                                                                                                                                                     -Rich Walters

September 17, 2014

Last evening was the final night of competition of this summer’s most popular TV show, America’s Got Talent.  The opening graphics proclaimed in bold and confident color—with accompanying strident voice and music, that “All good things come to an end.”  We are quite us...

September 14, 2014


I was thinking about a subtitle for Diana’s book about ministry to people in late life.  Or is it for people in late life?  Or with people in late life?


To and for and with are prepositions, short simple familiar words that can be nasty tricky. When reading or writing...

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