Weekly Recap: June 7-12

Good morning from Whitefish, Montana.

Our blog posts this week have been written from this beautiful Mountain top location. We’re close to the magnificent Glacier National Park, which just reopened Monday, and enjoying the beauty of God’s creation while waiting to see if the US-Canadian border opens.

However, the unofficial reports we’re receiving do not look promising for a June 21 reopening, when the current ban expires. Reuters is reporting that Canadian and U.S. sources are saying a further extension is likely. And that, they will revisit this issue again in late July.

Sadly, that puts our trip to Ontario to be with our beloved brethren in jeopardy. But we shall see.

In the meantime, we’re wondering do we stay in Montana, which has the lowest number of COVID-19 cases in the contiguous 48 states? Or journey elsewhere?

But, we can blog wherever we are. So, here’s the links to the past week’s posts. If you’ve missed any, it’s an easy way to catch up.

Thanks to all of our readers for your continued encouragement of this ministry.

God bless.

Ken Weliever, The Preacherman


Sunday Seed Thoughts:  Blood



Word of the Week:  Righteousness



Righteousness and Anger



A Passage To Ponder:  Proverbs 6:16-19



Meditations from the Mountains



Is it Right?  Or Just Seem Right?




As bonus posts, you may have missed, here’s two that speak to the continuing concerns in our country concerning the problem of racism and how to deal with the protests in our country.

What Christians Can Do During Civil Unrest?



The Biblical Answer to Racism







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3 responses to “Weekly Recap: June 7-12

  1. Peggy S Hobbs

    I start each day by reading your blog, it gives me energy and strength for my day. You are very proficient in your blogs and it’s a pleasure to read them Hope you and Norma Jean enjoy Montana.


  2. larryrayhafley

    We’ve been there! Love that area.


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