Monthly Archives: May 2010

Memorial Day

Memorial Day May 27, 2010 Richard Gotthardt According to most philosophers, God in making the world enslaved it.  According to Christianity, in making it, He set it free.  God had written not so much a poem, but rather a play; … Continue reading

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Yesterday at Guerrero

Yesterday at Guerrero May 24, 2010 Richard Gotthardt What a great morning yesterday at Guerrero Elementary!  God had a different plan than we did- we were locked out until just after 9, so we improvised and met outside- hey, if … Continue reading

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Perspective

Perspective May 21, 2010 Richard Gotthardt This past week I was staring at a wall.  I know, sounds really productive, doesn’t it?  OK, it was the office at Guerrero Elementary School.  I saw a short biography of the man the … Continue reading

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Where I See God Working

By John Boyd For the past 21 years my wife, Penny, and I have been on the ship of raising children.  Having five, one can imagine the ship has been big and rocky!  With our oldest child, Jeremy, who is … Continue reading

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A Word

A Word May 14, 2010 Richard Gotthardt First, let me say, if you don’t already know this about me, that I don’t throw the phrase “God told me” around lightly.  In my opinion, it’s often used very casually (or misused) … Continue reading

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Faith is a Funny Thing

Faith is a Funny Thing May 07, 2010 Richard Gotthardt Faith is a funny thing.  On the one hand, we are encouraged to believe in “unbelievable” things when we’re young- like Santa Claus, the Tooth Fairy, that kind of thing.  … Continue reading

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Why do I tithe?

By Dave Weber Why do I tithe?  The answer is simple:  I tithe because televangelists promise me that it’s the key to having a new 2011 Lotus sports car that I can look at from the trophy room of my … Continue reading

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