“September” – Weekly Devotional

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I have always loved Frank Sinatra’s music. My daughter asked me once, “How many Sinatra albums do you have”?  I replied, “How many did he make”?  I was not a screaming “Bobby-soxer”, but I always enjoyed his … Read More

“Times of Joy” – Weekly Devotional

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Last week the speech Martin Luther King delivered on the night before his assassination in April,1968, “I’ve Been to the Mountaintop” was talked about.   In this speech he talks about the mountaintop and the peaks and … Read More

Weekly Devotional – “Broken”

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Last week I wrote about how we heal after being broken.  I have been broken in my life. When my brother died, I was broken.  I could not concentrate, I mourned, I prayed for death so I … Read More

“Redwoods” – A Message By Chris Heldt

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As I have grown older, I have found myself more and more fascinated with what I like to call “Boring Documentaries”.  I don’t have much time for TV in my schedule these days, but I can … Read More

Navigating Waterways (and Life) – By MaryD

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Many years ago, I went on a houseboat trip with my sister and niece along the Trent-Severn Waterway in Ontario, Canada. We were quite novice at doing something like this.  The house boat rental owner recommended that … Read More

Weekly Devotional – “A Dumb Week”

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Did you ever have a “dumb” day? A day where you make stupid mistakes and slap yourself in the head while uttering “What was I thinking?”. I have been having such a week! On Monday, I went to … Read More

What Now? – By Peggy Miller

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We have now completed the 8th year of our S.T.A.R.S., XCEL, and Beyond XCEL program season! It has been a great year! This year, we had one site director, five interns, and numerous volunteers dedicated … Read More