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From his fullness we have all received, grace upon grace (John 1:16) Grace upon grace. This is my favorite phrase. These words together are the ultimate expression of God’s love for mankind. … more
This is an article that I did a year ago, but I really feel like it would be good to return to this topic due to the state of our nation right now.  Have you noticed the climate of our … more
When I was a kid there was a movie called, “Hook.” I loved this movie growing up because it was a fun adaptation of the great “Peter Pan” story. There’s a scene in the … more
How are we to make sense of the tumultuous days that we are living in?  If someone had told you a year ago that within the next 12 months there would be a worldwide pandemic that would infect … more
Have you ever been scrolling through the various social media websites that you hate but their design is so good you keep coming back just to get angry? I know as we scroll — and see all … more
Sadly, modern evangelical Christians often take a very narrow view of the Gospel. The good news of our Lord Jesus’ redemption is meant for more than the redemption of our souls. It is meant for … more
I know I am dating myself, but I really like the message of the song “Try A Little Kindness” as sung by Glen Campbell in 1970. Look it up on YouTube. Be blessed. Listen closely. I do not … more
The last time I wrote for the paper I had, like many of you, high hopes that COVID-19 would be a distant memory. However, here we are in late August and it is still with us, kinda like that cousin … more
Hello, neighbors! My name is Janita Krayniak. I am originally from Perry, Georgia, but have lived all over the world, including Germany, South Carolina, Texas, Virginia (Washington, D.C. area), … more
In the Old Testament we read a lot about the nation of Israel. This nation was chosen by God for a purpose. That purpose was to let all other nations and people know who the true God of Israel was … more
We live in tumultuous times, don’t we? I’m not even going to mention the thing we are all tired of hearing about and with which we are dealing. But, aside from the obvious, we have had, … more
Our middle son seems to be a natural fisherman. I’m not sure where he got his passion or skill, because I know next to nothing about fishing, really. He simply loves it. Well, he loves being at … more
During our “free time” this spring, our family took it upon itself to go explore different places around Powell. Some of these places I had not been to in a long time. I’m talking … more
We’ve been hearing the word “narrative” come up quite a bit as of late. We hear quite frequently, “It didn’t fit the narrative” and “The media has a … more
I wear a mask — a medical-type mask or a homemade mask or a nice commercially made COVID-19 mask. I am masked whenever I am not at my Cody home, or in the car commuting or my pastor’s … more
She wasn’t the first and I’m certain not the last but, to Jesus, she was the reason he’d left heaven with the adoration of an innumerable host of angels, to come to this earth, live … more
I think most of us would agree that we are living in interesting times. I have seen a great deal in my short sojourn here, but I never thought I would see my nation in the state it’s in now. … more
Most of us can honestly say that we have never seen times like these. These are extremely difficult times that we are living in. It is hard to see the anarchy that is happening in our nation right … more
As I’m writing this, I find myself in a camper on the edge of Yellowstone. We decided to head out and see some of the unique and yet familiar sites of Yellowstone before it’s fully opened … more
At a small group event this week, someone commented to my wife that they thought the coronavirus would draw people together. Instead, they said it has driven us apart. One of the remarkable … more
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