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A British massacre of German sailors

What Jesus calls essential: The loving care of the other The British ship HMS Dorchester played a key role in sinking the German battleship Bismarck on 21 May 1941.  Then, in an act of vengeance and hatred, the HMS Dorchester … Continue reading

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What Really Matters — July 17 2016

Today I think of air Captain Chesley Sullenberger III.  Born in 1951 in Denison, Texas, He was a faithful member of his Methodist Church and an excellent student. By January 15 2009 he had been a pilot for 30 years, with … Continue reading

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Breaking through Anxiety — Mk 13:1-8 — 15 Nov 2015

Mk 13:1-8 Breaking through Anxiety The whole world was shocked with the terrorist shootings and violence in Paris on Friday 13th November.  It was possibly associated with the drone attack on “Jihadi John” (Mohammed Emwazi), who in his turn had … Continue reading

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In the Wilderness, Finding Our Focus — Mk 1:4-11 — Jan 12, 2015

IN THE WILDERNESS, FINDING OUR FOCUS   Gen 1:1-5, Ps 29, Mk1:4-11, and Acts 19:1-7.   Just recently we have seen the release of the movie “Unbroken”.  It is based on the 2010 non-fiction book by Laura Hillenbrand, Unbroken: A … Continue reading

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