Making the Ordinary, Extraordinary

When I was in seminary, we were challenged to come up with a sixty-second sermon. Commonly called the "elevator sermon," it is as if you were in an elevator with someone and they were "trapped" into listening to your minute sermon.

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When a Mission comes Full Circle

I got to attend the "Thank You" Luncheon for the Homebuilders Association that donated to the renovations of the Goose Hollow Family Shelter. One story was shared that I thought was worth repeating.

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Aloha!

We marveled at their colors, textures and most of all at their differences. In fact, one of the things that makes the proteas most appealing is the fact that they grow together but do not look the same, one plant to the next.

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