Weekly Recap: June 5-10

Good morning from Beverly Hills, FL

June is a busy month for us.  Just returned from an 8-day trip with a weekend meeting in Parkersburg, WVA, and speaking on the Cornerstone summer series in Centerville, Ohio.  We’ll be back at Cornerstone on June 14, 21, and 28 addressing “Tough Questions on the Existence of God.”  Here’s a link to our lesson on “Does God Exist?”

Plus we will be preaching at the West Citrus church on Sundays, June 12, 19, and 26.  If you’re in the area of Crystal River or Inverness, come and visit us.

In addition, we’re preparing to leave for Ontario, Canada, at the end of June and be there for the month of July preaching at Wellandport.  More on that later.

So, don’t ask me how I like being “retired!!!” Seriously, we are really enjoying this new chapter in our lives.

Attached, as per usual on Saturday, are the posts of the past week.  We do this as a convenience to our readers who might have missed a post.  Plus it offers an opportunity to share a small sample of ThePreachersWord with your friends and brethren via email or social media.

Have a great day and a wonderful weekend.

God bless,



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Psalm 144



Get Out Of Your Aquarium



Friday’s List To Live By #88





Does Anyone Believe in Sin? was a post published 8 years ago today.  Based on Dr. Karl Menninger’s classic book, “Whatever Became of Sin?” It is still a question worthy of our consideration today–not just as a nation, but personally and individually. I hope you will take a moment to read or reread this important post.

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