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Divisions Vanish in Christ

by Pastor Steve Ellison

The first half of Colossians describes how Christ is preeminent in all things. The second half gives us a test so that we can objectively measure how well we understand that Christ is first, last, and everything in between in everything. There is no need to guess if Christ is preeminent in our lives.

The first question on the test, which we looked at two weeks

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Let’s Pretend

by Freida Marie Crump

Greetings from Poosey.

PooseyDigest_WPLet’s just pretend…just for a minute, okay? Let’s pretend that I’ve just spent $10 or $15 or $50 for my seat tonight. Let’s pretend that I’m sitting in the row behind you, then you decide to hold your phone camera up in front of my face to make a movie of what’s happening onstage. I lean right, you lean right, I go left

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‘I hope you can live with this decision…’

Mike Leeper is the big brother both my wife and my sister-in-law never had. They are cousins who grew up together. As kids Mike spent many summers on the farm with the girls, away from his home in the city.

When I finally met Mike, I realized he was just a bit older but he always acted like a big kid. He was fun. He was a Vietnam vet and

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Anger Issues

by Pastor Steve Ellison

The first half of Colossians identifies Christ as preeminent in all things. The second half of Colossians gives us a test so that we can objectively measure how well we understand that Christ is preeminent in all things.

The first question on the test, which we looked at last week, is found in Colossians 3:5-7 and deals with every kind of sexual immorality. If there is

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Democracy’s Dues

ShepherdCalls_WPThere must surely be a better way. Having no better way to propose, I grow tense thinking about the months of political wrangling ahead – the speeches, the innuendo, the half-truths, untruths, the debates, and the spin makes my head ache.

Like I said, I have no better way to propose; however, I do have an observation that might improve our perspective. Make the campaign window smaller, briefer. The presidential

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Good Thinking: Dancing ‘Round the Maypole

by Dr. Don Kuehle

Oh, the merry month of May! Come and dance with me around the Maypole! Celebrate the gift of life! Rejoice in the gift of this new day, a new month!

No! How can I be merry when there is so much sadness and sorrow in this world? How can I sing and dance when the noise of anger and hatred drown out my voice, and fear

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Just Tryin’ to Get Back Home

by Freida Marie Crump

Greetings from Poosey.

PooseyDigest_WPCertain occupations fascinate me… the guy who rakes the pitcher’s mound between innings at Kauffman Stadium, coffee testers for Starbucks, window washers on cruise ships, the lady who calls you to ask why you missed your physical therapy appointment. These jobs may not be all that exciting to those who hold them, but they each hold a certain curious element, something out of

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Time to Start Doing Homework

Dw.cdrAnnouncements by candidates for president captured the news cycle in major media last week, as you know. Wouldn’t it be something if we voters ignored the drama of the upcoming horse race and all the hype for ruling by dynasty (there are candidates with names other than Clinton and Bush, you know) and, instead, use positions on issues as the measure?

I don’t know about you, but I want to

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PRNDL

The PRNDL on my vehicle is broken. You may not know what an automotive PRNDL is but almost every car has one. It’s that little gauge just over your steering wheel, usually a slightly arched shape, that plainly reads PRNDL. It could easily be a Hebrew word for the Hebrew language usually omits the vowels. This is very confusing to the reader who must select his/her own vowels. However, it

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