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Sometimes You Need To Dig!


The brochure on our door says, “Hello, Lee’s Summit. Fiber is here.” That’s google fiber.

The ad proclaims it’s “Super fast internet. Powerful Wi-Fi. A DVR like no other.” I checked the google web page, their internet speed is 1,000 megabits per second. Mine is 15! In a race google fiber would finish in 4 seconds. It would take me over 4 minutes!

I’m watching with interest as workers are invading our neighbor installing the cable. However, the other day while driving down the street and navigating the trucks, equipment, and workers something struck me as interesting. Continue reading


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4 Reasons To Read the Bible


In his book, “God in My Corner,” former heavyweight boxing champion, George Foreman, shares this personal story about the Bible.

“In 1974, before I went to Africa to fight Muhammad Ali, a friend gave me a Bible to take along on my trip. He said, “George, keep this with you for good luck.”

“I believed the Bible was just a shepherd’s handbook, probably because the only verse I knew was “the Lord is my shepherd.” But I was always looking for luck, so I carried that Bible with me. I had lucky pennies and good luck charms, so now I added the “lucky” Bible to my collection of superstitious items.” Continue reading


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Look in Your Bible. And See What You’ll Find!

bible-readingArchie Wortham is an adjunct professor at St. Phillips college and writes a weekly column for the San Antonio Observer and has a web site “Fathers Helping Fathers.”  In one of his columns he tells about his friend, Larcene Bowers, who shared this story with him. Continue reading


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