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Voices

ShepherdCalls_WP“Voices! I hear voices.” I called the secretary in the adjacent office and asked, “Do you have your radio on?”

“No,” she answered.

It continued. I could hear a voice. Was I losing my mind? Now, it got worse. The voice was calling my name. “Wade, Wade.” It was faint, but it was a real voice. That voice was calling my name. “Wait a minute,” I thought. “I recognize that

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My Attitude

by Pastor Steve Ellison

The Church in America is in desperate need of reviving. We need a strong movement of the Spirit of God to blow through us. The first requirement for reviving is that we have the divine spark of life within us. In other words, we must have been regenerated upon trusting Christ as Savior and Lord. A second requirement is that we must agree with God about

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Good Thinking: Summertime

by Dr. Don Kuehle

“Summertime — and the livin’ is easy;

Fish are jumpin’ and the cotton is high…”

– George Gershwin.

I remember summertime. I grew up on a farm — and the livin’ was not easy! I remember summertime. Cultivating acres of corn. Cutting wheat with a binder and putting the bundles of wheat into shocks; later, threshing the wheat and hauling the grain to the granary. Cutting,

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Think Twice Before You Slap

by Freida Marie Crump

PooseyDigest_WPGreetings from Poosey.

My knowledge of entomology is right up there with my grasp of brain surgery and ballet but I recently found myself in a conference at which our featured speaker was a well-known bug expert. Okay, I take that back. There are no well-known bug experts, but if the occupation ever gets scandalous or sexy then this guy will be featured on the front

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Tears Sometimes Fall on Father’s Day

Dw.cdrSunday is Father’s Day. I dunno why, but from all the blessings and memories I cherish from my father, I sit thinking about the only time I remember seeing Dad actually cry.

I’d borrowed his small black and white photograph of the Navy repair ship. The ship was Dad’s “home” in the Pacific Theater during the last year of World War II. At the time, we were still developing film

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Fatherhood

ShepherdCalls_WPHe is a young father. He has a two-year-old son and a very sick one-month-old daughter. A sonogram a few weeks prior to her birth revealed serious heart abnormalities. At three weeks, she had major open-heart surgery. At our invitation the couple have spent time before the baby’s birth and since at our house. Their maturity level has been superb.

I could commend either parent; but since it will soon

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Religious Freedom Presentation by Hobby Lobby Attorney

Missouri State Representative Mike Lair (R), Chillicothe, will host a presentation at North Central Missouri College in Trenton by Attorney Josh Hawley regarding religious freedoms. The event will be held in Cross Hall on the college campus at 1 p.m. on Friday, June 13. Hawley, founder of the Missouri Liberty Project, is a law professor at the University of Missouri-Columbia. Prof. Hawley is an attorney for Hobby Lobby and participated

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Good Thinking: In Praise of Dad

by Dr. Don Kuehle

When we think of families, we first think of mothers; fathers most often come in second. Mother’s Day was observed nationally decades before there was ever a Father’s Day. Perhaps it’s time we said something in praise of dad.

Each parent plays a unique, equally-important role in making their family the best family possible. The role of the father, however, is often over-looked. An unknown poet

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The First Requirement for Revival

by Pastor Steve Ellison

American Christians bemoan the condition of culture around them and rightly so. The state of our nation is lower than low. We deserve and should expect the judgment of God to fall sooner rather than later.

The state of our culture and our nation is a terrible problem but the larger problem is the state of the church. We wish for true revival to break out.

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