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September 2014

Number 28


Road Blur

It's Not My Fault By David Porter

I got a traffic ticket the other day. I don't think it was my fault, or maybe it was, but it kind of wasn't, if you know what I mean. Here I am a kind, honest citizen running along at a measly fifty miles per hour in a thirty-mile zone, or at least that's what the policeman's radar said. It might have been wrong. Maybe I was a victim of my own speedometer; it didn't seem like I was going fifty. Who knows if it was working correctly?

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Globe on Target

Missions – Sending and Sent By Scott Hassett

It is evident that what is happening is not church business or religious duty but is an outflow of love between them. The Philippians know Paul, they love him and want to see him cared for, and his ministry financed. Paul is personally encouraged by their support and responds with an overwhelming blessing.

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Departure Sign

Those Who Stayed Behind by Mary Ann Hawkes

Many people today have the same theology and doubt God when disasters pile up in their lives. We don't want to minimize the cry of hurting people, but this belief is just plain wrong. Right belief will provide some relief and a way to trust God in the face of disaster.

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Teach Learn Logo

Following in Jesus’ Footsteps By Bob Young

It is not easy to follow exactly in another's footsteps. When we lived in Michigan, our sons helped with chores. Sometimes we would go together, and if there had been a deep snow, my boys would ask me to take shorter steps so they could step in the exact place I had walked. Often their request came because the snow was so deep that it would be over the tops of their boots if they could not walk in my steps.

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Mt. St. Helens

Coming in October:When Mountains Move By Margaret Mills

"How can this be?" we cry, when some earthly institution or relationship we perceived as strong and stable, as immutable as the hills, crumbles before our eyes. How like a mountain blowing apart it is for a twenty-five-year marriage to suddenly end in betrayal and bereavement! Even years afterward we are brought up short at odd moments,startled by the enormity of our loss, the inconceivable change to our personal landscape.

MARGARET MILLS

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