Monthly Archives: July 2010

With Him in View

Doug loves birds.  He appreciates them and enjoys spying the ones that are more rare to spot.  I always enjoy when he does bird calls to irritate them and make them fly close to us–I keep reminding him that one … Continue reading

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Juh-zee, & Questions for Marriage

Only one photo entry this week.  Here’s Cynthia Haughery at the Jersey Shore: Only a few weeks left.  Keep those entries coming… This morning Justin Taylor provided us with a link to an article in the latest issue of the Journal … Continue reading

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No Wasted Suffering

Below is an outstanding little post by Stephen Altrogge from the Blazing Center.  I pray it will have a profound effect on your life as it did mine when I first read it.  For the believer, truth always resonates in the … Continue reading

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CD contest, part III

We’ve come to the final of 3 opportunities for children of Crossway to win a free CD, “Walking With the Wise“, from Sovereign Grace Music.  This past week, Celia Stoltzfus is our official winner!  Congratulations, Celia! Before I offer up … Continue reading

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Monday News

Kirby and Kyle Kinderwater were sent off to the navy Sunday. After church in which the pastors prayed for them Eric and Joanne drove them to Harrisburg where they prepare to ship out to Illinois for basic training. Please remember … Continue reading

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Life together….

Do you believe that the summer is half over?!   Let’s doubly enjoy what is left of it. In a few minutes I will be leaving to go visit my parents in Colorado.  My dad has had several strokes and … Continue reading

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What is the Gospel?

The Gospel … it’s a word we use  lot around Crossway … and for good reason. It is the very center of our faith, our life together and our only hope for eternal life. It can, however, become a word … Continue reading

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