Monthly Archives: December 2011

The Lawnmower

By Wayne Osborn            I was just trying to be neighborly.  In the midst of mowing the lawn at my house, I was greeted by a wayward dog that had just leaped out of my neighbor’s … Continue reading

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MY GOD AND I WALKING THE TRAILS

by Ruth Tervol 2009 This morning as I was out walking I remembered part of an old hymn we used to sing at church camp. It talked about God and I walking and forgiving. I tried so hard to remember … Continue reading

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AN EPIPHANY ANGEL

by Karrie Zylstra Myton In 1996 my dog Susie died. This is not just a story about her death, though. It is a story of new life and faith in the face of despair. Please bear with me while I … Continue reading

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MRS. REPPERT – MY PIANO TEACHER

by Ruth Tervol 1951-1953 She stood there tapping the music with her pencil. I knew I should stop playing and listen to what she had to say, but today my fingers just kept running over the piano keys. This was … Continue reading

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Courage

by Karrie Zylstra Myton Hit men and women surrounded Russian journalist Anna Politkovskaya and killed her in October of 2006. Knowing that she frequently angered those in power, I was not surprised to hear of her murder. I was just … Continue reading

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