Monthly Archives: September 2016

An army without a leader

This is a sad day for me. As a young person and avid golfer, I was a certified member of Arnie’s Army. Today, we lost our leader, Arnold Palmer. He wasn’t just a great golfer, he was an ambassador, a … Continue reading

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My Disabled Savior

One of the great consolations of the Christian faith is that our Savior has identified with us in our humanity. Jesus was God incarnate, forced to deal with all the foibles of the flesh. He feels our pain. One of … Continue reading

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The “drop-in”, yesterday and today

I do a lot of talking about the “drop-in”, a lost art of which I am one of the Last Living Practitioners. (More on this can be found in This Olde Poste.) Others are aware of the sad state of … Continue reading

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