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 Local    July 21, 2017 

Out Our Way: Along the Covenant Trail with Goliath

Out our way, the young sometimes have to learn things the hard way. Young Snowball was a frisky colt that ignored aunt Babe's warning about fences. Babe might run full tilt toward the paddock when...

 
 Local    July 21, 2017 

Hello God. It's me, Mara

You know, Lord, sometimes while looking for one thing, another thing pops up that catches our attention. This newly found item, a thank you note to God, surely seemed to be quite appropriate; just sharing with others, Lord. The author is unknown:...

 
 Local    July 21, 2017 

Pastor's Corner: A master storyteller tells the story

If you’ve ever done much reading in the Gospels — that is, the first four books of the New Testament — you’ve probably noticed Jesus was a master storyteller. Someone would ask him a question and he would reply by telling a story (or a...

 

Out Our Way: Along the Covenant Trail with Goliath

Out our way, taking care of your horse is considered a no-brainer. Of course, you pick his feet before and after the ride - if you are taking a breather as you are out all day trailing cows, you...

 

Out Our Way:

Exodus 20:1-8 Out our way Goliath and I have taken some spills. Well, to be honest, I am the one that has ended in the dust most times. While they have usually been because I was not paying...

 

Hello God. It's me, Mara

How special, Lord, to be in a group when someone asked, So, how have you been blessed this week?” We all thought we’d just sit in absolute silence. Not so! One gentleman piped right up. He shared that recently he’d been in a near accident with...

 

Grief Poem - When Two Were One

Long time ago, a boy, a girl, in love, they said “I do!” In front of kin with flowers, lace; God said, “Now you’re one – not two.” “I love you more and more my dear, I’ll never let you go. I’m glad you’re mine, I’ll never,...

 

Out Our Way:

Exodus 20:1-17 Out our way, when you are moving a cow or just riding for the pleasure of it, you need to saddle up. When I was just starting to ride, I had quite a time getting it right - laying down...

 

When God interrupts

By Bill Chambers Deacon, Immanuel Baptist Church Jesus’ disciples had just returned from a trip of teaching and healing and exorcising and they needed a break. The Lord decided to take them to a secluded retreat, ordered them into a boat and off...

 

Hello God. It's me, Mara

You know, Lord, Independence Day is the birthday of the United States of America, celebrated on the Fourth of July each year. It’s the anniversary of the day on which the Declaration of Independence was adopted by the Continental Congress on July 4...

 

OUT OUR WAY:

"Before the harvest"   Out our way we know that a good harvest doesn't just happen. It is not just luck or coincidence that the crops are planted, grown and reaped when they are mature. Ask any...

 

Practical Pastoring: Failure - Conclusion

Karrie and I have two toy poodles. We have a thirteen-year-old black poodle named Gigi and a fourteen and a half year old white poodle named Murphy. Murphy came under our care after our neighbor suffered a brain injury and could no longer keep her...

 

Hello God. It's me, Mara

You know, Lord, it’s summer! What a glorious, bright morning has dawned, after a bit of rain. With the sun shining in so brightly, it’s time for the sunshine test! The whole scene out the window looks scrubbed and clean. Why, even the few clouds...

 

Obrecht ordination set for Saturday

Special to the Daily News Jessica Obrecht, a 2008 graduate of Havre High School and 2012 graduate of Concordia College, will be ordained as a called pastor in the Evangelical Lutheran Church of...

 

Hello God. It's me, Mara

An early observance of Father’s Day, West Virginia, July 5, 1908, was organized by Mrs. Grace Golden Clayton, who wanted to celebrate the lives of the 210 fathers who’d been lost in a mining disaster several months earlier in Monongah, West...

 

Practical Pastoring: Failure - Conclusion

Karrie and I have two toy poodles. We have a thirteen-year-old black poodle named Gigi and a fourteen and a half year old white poodle named Murphy. Murphy came under our care after our neighbor suffered a brain injury and could no longer keep her...

 

OUT OUR WAY:

Out our way, sometimes the end of the trail seems to never be found. I recall riding with Goliath along the nature trail in Beaver Creek. Shortly after the infamous culvert, the trail ends with a...

 

Out Our Way:

Genesis 17:15 - 21: 7   Out our way, I have discovered rough cowboy humor. I recall, on my first roundup, one of the guys handed me a rope and said real cowboys know how to rope. But they have to...

 

Practical Pastoring - Failure, Part Three

I would rather write about prospering and being in health. However, in your ministry to others, you will get more mileage from the topic of failure. You will either become bitter or be better as you experience failure in the many areas of life. At fi...

 

Hello God. It's me, Mara

You know, Lord, sometimes we forget about the incredible world we live in. the expanse of space is truly overwhelming. For some of us, the splendor of mountain peaks simply takes our breath away — how awesome. Oh, on and on we could go, describing...

 

Out Our Way:

Genesis 12: 1 - 3 Out our way we see different breeds of cattle - the charolais, the red Angus and the black Angus and now and then a few Herefords. In Wyoming, I once had the "pleasure" of working...

 

Hello God. It's me, Mara

Lord, what could be as new and young as the dawning of a new day in June? The dawning of this new day is fresh, sweet, and innocent! It awakens slowly to the swelling music of birdsong. The mists of night still lie in the valleys. The countryside is...

 

Grief Poem

Another day has slipped away; we wish we still were two. But now you’re safe, no longer ill, off to heaven you flew.   Down here on earth the flowers bloom, three deer came by to graze. Though sun shines bright and grass is green, our heart’s...

 

Along the Covenant Trail - Against the current

Out our way, the streams and creeks tend to be gentle. Even the Milk and Marias rivers seem calm enough, but every year we hear of a few folk who drown in the Missouri. Currents can be strong in the...

 

Practical Pastoring: Failure Part One

Failure is definitely not my favorite subject. I would much rather write to you about success and prosperity. Yet from God’s viewpoint, what exactly do success and prosperity look like? When we fail, are we actually being positioned for promotion...

 

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