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Curious or Converted?

by Pastor Steve Ellison

One day after the writing of this column, I will be heading to Sturgis, S.D., for a week. I will be helping to staff an evangelism tent at the motorcycle rally. We will be encouraging people to consider the most important question ever posed to a human being. Every other issue pales, really fades to total insignificance, in the light of this question.

This is a

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Good Thinking: Will There Be Peace?

by Dr. Don Kuehle

Congress, in 1826, held a Service-of-Commemoration, honoring the sacrifices that John Adams and Thomas Jefferson made in signing the Declaration of Independence. It was written of them: “Sink or Swim; Live or Die; Survive or Perish — I give my hand and my heart to this vote! We believe in the Revolution. We will sign our name and cast our vote for Independence — no matter

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Capital Report: Amendment 1 – Protecting Farming in Missouri

by State Sen. Brad Lager

Since the early 1800s, Missouri has been known for its agricultural industry. It has long been a pillar of our economy and still today, it remains our largest economic industry, with almost 100,000 farming operations throughout the state. According the Missouri Department of Agriculture, it’s responsible for nearly 300,000 jobs in every area of our state. Nationally, we rank second in the production of cattle,

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A Remarkable Woman

by Freida Marie Crump

PooseyDigest_WPGreetings from Poosey.

Let me tell you about a remarkable woman. Her name is Stephanie and her age hovers between 50 and 70, depending upon the time of the day, the weather, and her mood. She married young, had a couple of kids, then divorced her husband. In her words, “He was okay …for awhile. But then all he wanted to do was sit around, said

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A Nice Ring to Anvil Shooting

Dw.cdrTroy Lesan is a person you should know. Troy regularly contributes articles for publication in the monthly editions of the Lake Viking News. In the latest issue, Troy writes about neighbor Jeff Hower who has an unusual hobby: shooting anvils.

This is an old timey art form. Back in the day many events closed with “ringing the anvil,” referring to the sound a blacksmith anvil makes when shot into the

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Real Freedom

by Pastor Steve Ellison

My country has just celebrated the July 4th holiday. Freedom has been celebrated and thanks have been expressed for the freedoms that we have. It is marvelous to be free to speak, free to exercise religion, free to possess weapons to defend ourselves, free to assemble, free to print things critical of the government, free to pursue life and happiness.

All our freedoms are wonderful and

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Good Thinking: A tribute to August

by Dr. Don Kuehle

Pity poor old August. Unless one has a birthday or an anniversary in August, there is absolutely nothing spectacular or notable about this summer-is-almost-over month.

Originally this month was called Sextilis; it stood in the sixth place on the calendar. Then, as changes occurred in the calendar, Sextilis was moved to the eighth position in the year, and was renamed August.

In the days of the

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The Name of the Game

ShepherdCalls_WPShe was born shortly after midnight in Manila, Philippines, on Sunday, July 27, 2014. She became the 100 millionth citizen of this Southeast Asian nation. While her birth was cause for celebration, and someone served cake; there is concern about her future. One hundred million people are a lot to care for, especially for this small country.

As you might imagine, someone dared ask, “What can we do to assure

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Capital Report: Amendment 5

Protecting the right to bear arms

by State Sen. Brad Lager

The U.S. Constitution serves as the foundation of our democracy. This structure, established by our founding fathers, was based on the belief that government should function to protect the rights of its citizens while ensuring their fundamental liberties are guaranteed. Shaped through their experiences to secure their independence, among the most cherished freedoms they prescribed in the Constitution was

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