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Did someone steal the election?

January 18, 2021 | Dan Allan

This is not a question that typically comes up in American politics.  On the other hand, if you travel around the world or back through history, “election stealing” is not unusual. You may also notice, in many countries, there...

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Peace in the Midst of a Never-Ending Storm

January 10, 2021 | Jon Hall

Peace in the midst of a never-ending storm. Living in ever-increasing chaos is an inevitable fact of life for this decade. Whether it’s drastic life changes through the explosion of technology, the push and pull of governments and...

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Peace

December 28, 2020 | Taylor Brown

Where do you even begin as you talk about a word like peace? I look back on the year that we had, and I go peace is not a word that defines this year. We are in the advent season and I believe all the words (hope, love, joy, and peace), this year...

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Joy

December 21, 2020 | Dan Jackson

Joy.  Several images and thoughts come to mind with this word.  Some of the images include faces of people I know, whose name is Joy.  Other images are of children, including our children and grandchildren - some at Christmastime...

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The Thrill of Hope

December 7, 2020 | Kristen Teglovic

There probably isn’t a word that we long for more in the year 2020: hope. I think this year has shown me, shown us, what we truly put our hope in. Our health, time with family, or who is in a political office- all of these things have been...

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