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Out Our Way: Lest we forget - Mark 12:28-31

Out our way, folks tend to adopt a "live and let live" attitude. I know people get angry and riled up, but you don't see much "road rage" on rural roads like you do on city... — Updated 6/30/2022

 
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Pastor's Corner: Freedom is a finicky think

Freedom is a finicky thing. When I was in seminary, I didn't have a car, but I had two feet and sturdy shoes. I walked almost everywhere I needed to go. My freedom to walk to work,... — Updated 6/30/2022

 
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Hello, God. It's me, Mara.

You know Lord, Flag Day's past, Fourth of July's ahead; a friend shared about a soldier's funeral; The American Flag Folded 13 Times.: The first fold of our flag is a symbol of... — Updated 6/30/2022

 
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Grief Poem - Remembering

You missed our day, my dearest one, too soon you flew away. We had good times, a lot of years, you're in my thoughts each day.   You left a note that was just found, you told us... — Updated 6/30/2022

 

Hello, God. It's me, Mara.

You know Lord, sometimes a fascinating and thought-provoking blurb is found, I recently discovered one exciting enough to share. This one explains in a simple way how when we... — Updated 6/23/2022

 

Out Our Way: Of crickets and meadowlarks - Matthew 28:18-20

Out our way, nature speaks clearly to those who listen. But sometimes we hear "crickets" when God is sending us "meadowlarks."   I have shared this event before, when coming back... — Updated 6/23/2022

 

Pastor's Corner: New beginnings

Our Catholic Diocese - an area that includes everything from Livingston south to the Wyoming border and north to the Canadian border, east to the North Dakota border - just... — Updated 6/23/2022

 

Out Our Way: All hat ... - Matthew 7:21-23

Out our way we know the difference between a "cowboy hat" and a "cowboy's hat." When I bought my headgear from the store, it was a "cowboy hat," referring to the look and style.... — Updated 6/16/2022

 

Pastor's Corner: Father's Day encouragement

With Father's Day coming up in two days, I would like to encourage fathers with several verses of scripture and then close this article with a personal story illustrating the point... — Updated 6/16/2022

 

Hello, God. It's me, Mara.

You know Lord, sometimes things pop up and seem to fit right in - so - here's an acronym written by Lowell Lundstrom, date unknown, portraying important qualities regarding... — Updated 6/16/2022

 

Out Our Way: Doc stood by - Psalm 38:21-22

Out our way, everybody knows that if you are going to ride you are likely to get hurt now and then. I was fortunate when working cattle with Charlie up on the Tiger Ridge that I... — Updated 6/3/2022

 

Pastor's Corner: Remember to remember: Memorial Day thoughts

Human beings like to remember things ... special things. And they do so in remarkably creative ways. Americans are no different. In addition to building things, we also set aside... — Updated 6/3/2022

 

Grief Poem - Heaven's Ahead

Another friend flew off last week, to be with You, dear Lord. When our turn comes, we'll fly off, too, NOT take our Bus or FORD. A split second, that's all it took, our loved one... — Updated 6/3/2022

 

Hello, God. It's me, Mara.

You know, Lord, family, friends and loved ones seem to be losing family, friends and loved ones, every week or every month. How great that remaining dear ones have a 'time'... — Updated 6/3/2022

 

Out Our Way: Turn around, dogie! - Isaiah 1:18-20

Out our way, hunting strays goes with the trade. Most calves stick close to Mama and the herd, but now and again a stray "dogie" wanders off and gets lost. This is especially true... — Updated 5/27/2022

 

Pastors Corner: May the spirit of Jesus be with you always

OK, here is the deal. This Sunday provides us with options for our Sunday readings. Normally this is the Seventh Sunday in Easter and we would be using Acts 7:55-60, Revelations... — Updated 5/27/2022

 

Hello, God. It's me, Mara.

You know, Lord, the melody of that old hymn, "For The Beauty Of The Earth," brought to mind "Care of the Earth" and "Stewardship" and Psalms 24:1: "The earth is the Lord's and... — Updated 5/27/2022

 

Out Our Way: Cecil's Winchester - Zechariah 2:8-9

Out our way, aside from a few coyotes and the occasional mountain lion, we didn't see many predators. But it's not the same everywhere. Years ago riding on the Empire ranch in the... — Updated 5/20/2022

 

Pastor's Corner: Ministerial association wraps up school year of meetings

At our final meeting of the school year a week ago Thursday, Greater Havre Area Ministerial Association listened to three guest speakers. The first was Karen Anderson, informing us... — Updated 5/20/2022

 

Hello, God. It's me, Mara.

You know, Lord, most of us believe that the Bible is Your inspired word and the foundation of our life and faith, but our behavior sometimes denies this.  We have traditionally... — Updated 5/20/2022

 

Out Our Way: There stands Doc - Job 2:5-6

Out our way, there is the old saying "Ain't a horse that can't be rode, nor a cowboy that can't be throwed." Of course, some of us spend more time "getting launched" and flying... — Updated 5/13/2022

 

Pastor's Corner: For the healing of nations

"What's heaven like?" As a pastor, that's not an uncommon question to receive. My answer tends to veer toward Isaiah and his vision of the mountain of the Lord, where the Lord will... — Updated 5/13/2022

 

Hello, God. It's me, Mara.

You know, Lord, when we were kids back home on the ranch, we loved watching the full moon rise over the Cherry Ridges. We learned that many cultures have given names to the full... — Updated 5/13/2022

 

Hello, God. It's me, Mara.

April showers bring May flowers; a bit of snow helps too. There's saffodils and red tulips and some flax turning blue. Shy violets hide 'neath dewy grass, resting at "Violet... — Updated 5/6/2022

 

Grief Poem - You are not forgotten

You are not forgotten, dear one, nor will you ever be, as long as life and memory last, we will remember thee. We miss you now, our hearts are sore, we miss your smiling face. No on... — Updated 5/6/2022

 

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