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Good Advice from Benjamin Franklin

Did you know that today is Benjamin Franklin day?

No. I didn’t either.

But according to my calendar of unusual and little known holidays, we celebrate the life of this great American patriot on his birthday, January 17th. Continue reading


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“There is a Time…”

My friend and preaching colleague, Matt Allen, posted a thought on facebook the other day that caught my attention.

He said, “We are closer to Christmas than New Years Day earlier this year.”

Indeed, we’re past the halfway point of 2021. Today is the 187th day of the year with 178 days left. Continue reading

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Sunday Seed Thoughts: Using Time

“Daylight saving time: Only the government would believe that you could cut a foot off the top of a blanket, sew it to the bottom, and have a longer blanket,” quipped one anonymous sage.

And so, the moans, groans, and debates begin over the efficacy of DST after “losing” an hour of sleep last night.

Although, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, a supporter of DSL opined: “The next generation…would be better for having had this extra hour of daylight in their childhood.”

More importantly, however, is this issue: How are you spending your time? No, how are you investing your time Continue reading

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Look To This Day


Look to this day
for it is life
the very life of life.
In its brief course lie all
the realities and truths of existence
the joy of growth
the splendor of action
the glory of power. Continue reading

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