Monthly Archives: June 2010

What's Wonderful about a Cross?

Jun 26, 2010 Richard Gotthardt Maybe you haven’t given much thought to this, but a cross is a pretty odd symbol for our faith. Crosses were an instrument of torture and execution, a brutal reminder of oppressive power on public … Continue reading

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Extravagance

In his book Everybody’s Normal Till You Get to Know Them, John Ortberg tells of a young man named John Gilbert. At age five, John was diagnosed with Duchenne’s Muscular Dystrophy, a genetic, progressive, debilitating disease. At age 25, the … Continue reading

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Thoughts at the hospital

I spent a lot of time at the hospital this week.  (visiting)  I don’t like hospitals.    Then again, most people don’t. Because if you’re at one, it’s usually because someone isn’t doing well (unless someone is having a baby). … Continue reading

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