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Thursday, July 25 2019

They had worked together for several years. The older gentleman was a father-figure to the new-hire. Over long hours in the oilfield and many cups of coffee, he would share a lot of stories and wisdom gleaned from time served in WWII, from his thirty-plus years of marriage and over 20 years in the oilfield. Job changes put distance between the two but when travels brought the young man back through town, Lefty always had a pot of coffee ready and they would talk like no time had passed.

A number of years got by without a visit when a letter was received that simply said, on

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Thursday, July 18 2019

The Dad’s Armor study puts forth this concept of reconciliation with your earthly father. For those of us who experienced challenging times in relationship with our dads from a young age, it seems easier to just close the door and press on with life as an overcomer of a bad home situation. The father wound can be deep and it is understandable that some men just do not want to go there.

At some point, the question becomes on

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Thursday, July 11 2019

The Dad’s Armor study opens with a look at the heritage we have in relationship with our earthly father. Men typically father as they were fathered or go the opposite direction working to ensure a better result. I am reminded of the cartoon of a son bringing home a report card with a failing grade. The young man presents it to his dad and says, “What do you think Dad – heredity or environment?”

It is too easy to on

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Thursday, July 04 2019

There is love for our Lord, love in marriage, love for family and love of country. Of course, on this 243rd anniversary of the founding of the United States of America, I think of the love those before us had for this one nation under God, particularly those that enlisted in the military after the Pearl Harbor attack – sixteen-year-olds saying they were eighteen; young working men that interrupted life to serve their country; and young marrieds that put family on hold.

We call them the on

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