Category Archives: Fresh Thoughts

Fresh Thoughts: Living in Oregon

Hummingbirds enjoying the feeder we’ve contributed to the family backyard. Warm sunshine in the middle of the day.  50’s at night. Watching the planes on approach to Portland International Airport, some 20 miles away. Five minutes that way to Safeway.  Ten … Continue reading

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Fresh Thoughts: Living Houses

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In June of 1962, our piano sat on the sidewalk in front of the Montana farmhouse (where the skies are not cloudy all day).  Our Dad had entered heaven’s rest on March 31 that year and by mid-June the farm … Continue reading

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Where to Start

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Because we’re in the throes of packing and moving (and will be for another 4-5 weeks) nothing new is getting posted. Most of the postings require some time to move them from their present formats (in old study materials, family … Continue reading

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We Are The Church Of What’s Happenin’… Right Now

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The prophecies of Ezekiel 38, 39 seem to be setting up and it’s getting easier to understand the details of Daniel 9. The prequel called The Book of The Revelation of Jesus Christ is sort of playing out in the … Continue reading

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“Earthquakes, Tsunamis (and Meltdowns?) Oh My!”

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Luke 21:25-28 says, And there will be signs in the sun, in the moon, and in the stars; and on the earth distress of nations, with perplexity, the sea and the waves roaring; men’s hearts failing them from fear and … Continue reading

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New Category: Fresh Thoughts

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This category has been created for a place to put things I write today, (whatever “today” it is),  as I continue journaling when I’m reading Scripture and praying, noticing new lessons or want to simply write a note about the present, share a … Continue reading

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