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Out Our Way:

Out our way even Beaver Creek can seem pretty powerful when the rains come and the snow melts. As many of you know, up on the nature trail in the park is the terrifying culvert but I have to admit a...

 

Hello God, it's me, Mara

You know, Lord. watching birds is entertaining and amusing. After cleaning and filling the bird bath, it was interesting to watch which of about a dozen different kinds of birds who flitter back and forth over here, enjoying trees, apples, water,...

 

Practical Pastoring Roles of Men and Women Part Two

When we are rebellious and stubborn, we are sinning. It appears that there are people attending church whose minds are made up and locked about certain issues. They do not want to be confused with the facts presented in the Bible. You can be sincere...

 

Hello God, it's me, Mara

Because I live  You know, Lord, many years ago Billy Graham wrote how all-important the resurrection is for each one’s own personal Christianity. He went on to quote the Swiss theologian, Karl Barth who said, “Do you want to believe in the...

 

Pastors Corner: Hope in our world today

Easter is a time where we often reflect about the resurrection of Jesus and the hope it carries for those who believe in Him. It comes also in a season where there is hope of things blooming and growing, giving us hope for a new season and the...

 

Out Our Way:

Mark 15:29-32 Out our way, lots of folks make predictions about the weather, the crops, the rainfall and such. One doesn’t have to be a full scale Jeanne Dixon to predict calves will be born at night during a blizzard in February. Other...

 

Out Our Way: The Gospel According to Goliath: Wait for it!

Mark 13:1-20 Out our way, spring is a longed-for and long-awaited event. When the Dairy Queen opens in late February, we know spring is coming, and while we may not be putting the snow shovels away...

 

Pastors Corner: Standing firm on God, our rock!

As long as we live in this world we will face challenges on a regular basis. The key to living a victorious life is staying focused on the one stable thing in our lives. That one stable thing is God. David declared this in the Psalms many times. One...

 

Grief Poem April 7, 2017

No words can really express grief; it is a heart-felt pain. It may take months, or even years, walking this lonely lane.   And yes, we cry from time to time, tears are recovering sign. Tears are God’s gift to let us know, that some day we’ll be...

 

Hello God, it's me, Mara

You know, Lord, a recently read Bible verse sure fit the MRI experience that recently took place.  A.S.’s. graphic explanation of her MRI experience of the loud noises was certainly frustrating; more annoying than frightening. Her problem was the...

 

Practical Pastoring: Roles of Men and Women Part 1

When Pastor Dan stated that there is yet more the Holy Spirit has to teach the church, he was correct. We grow by revelation. Often Christians become stuck in a rut and receive no more revelation from the Holy Spirit. We are capable of becoming...

 

Out Our Way:

Mark 12:41-44: Out our way, legendary characters are part of our history. Long George Francis, "the Gentleman Outlaw," "Buckskin Mary" - the world-champion female bronc rider, Kid Curry and his pals...

 

Out Our Way:

Mark 12:35-40 Out our way, the time after Labor Day can be hazardous in Beaver Creek, especially at night. For, as us locals know, after Labor Day local ranchers lease the grass lands and run their...

 

Practical Pastoring, Book Four: Evangelism

The Lord does order the steps of a righteous man. The field of evangelism is another area where you and I have to trust the still small voice of the Holy Spirit. Speak the truth in love and allow the seeds we sow to eventually produce fruit. The...

 

Hello God, it's me, Mara

You know, Lord, it is quite amazing when one thinks that there are only three primary colors from which all painting is done. Most folks don’t even know that, we found out. At an art show or museum one can view combinations of these three colors....

 

Out Our Way:

Mark 12:28-34 Out our way, rodeo is a major sport as is basketball, baseball, football and hockey. Being one who is quite able to fall off a perfectly gentle horse like Goliath, I have never had any i...

 

Out Our Way

Mark 12: 13-27 Out our way, folk who work with horses know that every horse as two brains - one on the left and one on the right. When you are training a horse, you have to train both sides. I recall...

 

Hello God, it's me, Mara

You know, Lord, several of us were chatting the other day about being in Your presence when one gal shared that one year as a teacher of an English class her daughter was one of her students. She said that was very special, she felt so blessed to...

 

Practical Pastoring Book Four Praying for the Sick

Praying for the sick is a wonderful piece of pastoral ministry. The challenge is to know how to pray for each need that is presented. Do you remember how Jesus would slip away from the crowds in order to spend time with His Father before doing...

 

Out Our Way:

Mark  12: 1-12 Out our way, most folks know that livestock needs to be handled with some common sense.  I recently read a novel about a World War I battle in which mules were used for transporting...

 

Hello God, it's me, Mara

You know, Lord, here comes March, the windy month. Some say that March is the trumpet month, as the winds bring their loud sounding trumpets with them and wear them at their lips, wearing out our ears, perchance? There are even some folks who...

 

Grief Poem Mar. 3, 2017

Missing our mate!    There is a face we can’t forget, no matter time of year. Through rough season, those stormy days; at times our way’s not clear.   Though he is gone we won’t forget the things he loved to do. Some guys liked cars, horses...

 

Out Our Way:

Mark 11:27-33 Out our way, it can be a bit “hairy” crossing streams in the spring as the ice melts. The bridge out at the Lion’s Campground in Beaver Creek Park was wiped out a few years ago and Goliath and I had to wade across the stream. It...

 

Pastor's Corner: Finding hope and peace in mourning

“In the world you shall have tribulation,” Jesus said. More than 2,000 years later, we look around at our world and think, “He got that right!” In fact, we need look no further than our own backyard. Right now, for example, I can think of at...

 

Hello God, it's me, Mara

You know, Lord, little children love sitting on Mommy’s or Daddy’s lap and listening to them read a story. Little ones are examining every picture; they wait eagerly to hear what is on the next page. Perchance Mommy misses a word or two, don’t...

 

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