One is the Loneliest Number

Sometimes societal conditions are so omnipresent that we hardly even notice. George Monbiot, in The Guardian, says that “severe loneliness in England blights the lives of 700,000 men and 1.1m wom...
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But I Like It!

In a curious way, realizing a 50-year-old dream of owning a Fiat 124 Spider has made me more compassionate toward many church leaders and members. I am grateful that, five decades after the origi...

Trust More, Learn in the Hard Times

Every time people hear I’m retiring they throw a party! Just saying’ I am immensely grateful for all the occasions to reconnect with many of the people that have meant and continue to mean so muc...
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Used to Be

I am almost tired of hearing the phrase “this used to be a very important city.” As we climb to the top of the Tel (high mound) at Megiddo we hear it. “Once this was a great city!” Archaeologists date...