Monthly Archives: July 2015

Un-tipping the Scales

We live in such a busy, fast-paced world. And often our busyness defines us. I’ve noticed that when I ask people how they are, the answer often is “Busy.” I’ve also observed that when people talk with each other there … Continue reading

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A Different Kind of Work Ethic

As a youth Roger was an active participant in the Seattle Presbyterian Church where his father was the pastor. One youth Sunday he was invited to give the youth sermon. He was a bit reluctant and resisted at first. But … Continue reading

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Spinning Out of Control

It’s fascinating to watch my grandchildren learn that they have control over some things. Our two youngest grandchildren are learning that they can make their hand grab onto something. They can control what toy they pick up and how long … Continue reading

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