Reverse Radicalization

Almost a year ago now, Syed Farook and his wife Tashfeen Malik, ruthlessly massacred 14 of their fellow human beings and seriously injured 22 more in a terrorist attack in San Bernardino, California.  Many of us watched this horrific drama play out on our televisions as the perpetrators were pursued…

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Leaves of Love

fall leaves

As the days get shorter and the nights get cooler, the trees begin to take on a new glory all their own.  From the brilliant red Dogwoods and Gums to the yellow Hickories and Poplars to the orange Sassafras and Maples, the woodlands become God’s palette of perfection.  We can…

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Celebrate Family Promise Week!

Colorful leaves and cooler temperatures both remind us that the warm days of summer are in our rearview mirror for another several months.  Crisp nights make us appreciate our warm beds and comfortably heated homes. The approach of winter should also remind us of those who don’t have the basic…

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The Dangers of Two Heads

polycephaly calf

One of the coolest aspects of growing up in a Taxidermy Shop was the excitement of unexpected arrivals.  When customers came through the door, we never knew what they might bring with them for dad to mount.  Over the years, we saw African antelope, American turtles, western elk, and southern…

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