Monthly Archives: November, 2020

The Barnyard Gate

If you have been reading this blogsite for a time, or you know me personally, you know that I grew up on an old-fashioned farm in Central Wisconsin.  The students in my high school English classes loved to try to “rabbit-trail” me into telling them stories about my youth.  I would often start with “Back …

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Socks, Socks, and More Socks

For me, life is one big object lesson.  My father-in-law could make an object lesson out of anything.  He would challenge children to bring him something, anything, to see if he could make a spiritual application of it. My friend, Margaret, saw God in everything.  She was a science teacher and often tied creation into …

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