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View From The Shore #4: Big Fish, Little Fish (A Mustard Seed Musing)

Two encounters with fish today come easily to mind upon reflection. Even casual readers of the blog have probably noticed an uptick in fishing references, as it’s become a hobby lately. Fishing in itself can be a maddening, invigorating, relaxing, … Continue reading

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Catch Fish Or Die Trying (Mustard Seed Musing)

I am not a fisherman. But the other day, at my sons’ insistence, I bought a state fishing license and a container of night crawlers; my wife dusted off to rod and reels from her dad’s garage. That night, we … Continue reading

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Easter Sunrise Sermon: Gone Fishing (John 21:1-14)

I won’t be┬ápreaching this Sunday, so here’s the early (7:30 a.m.) service message for Easter morning, April 20. Easter morning is one of those times when everyone in the church is experiencing one of those highs. The high of Christmas … Continue reading

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