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Good Thinking: Fat Tuesday, Ash Wednesday

by Dr. Don Kuehle

Ash Wednesday is Feb. 18. Ash Wednesday marks the beginning of the season of Lent. “Lent” comes from the Anglo-Saxon word “lencten” and the German word “lenz,” and refers to the springtime of the year when the days begin to “lengthen.”

Lent, for the Christian community, is that 40-day season (not counting Sundays) leading up to Easter. Originally, the faithful were required to fast and pray

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A Clean Heart

by Pastor Steve Ellison

The word “heart” appears in the Bible approximately 726 times depending on your translation. Likewise, the word “hearts” appears 122 times. The human heart is one of the most important topics in the Word of God.

Genesis 6:5 states that very early in human history things had gotten very bad, “Then the Lord saw that the wickedness of man was great on the earth, and that

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On the High End

by Freida Marie Crump

Greetings from Poosey.

Herb and I seldom do much fancy dining, but every so often we’ll take in a high-end restaurant just to be reminded of what our high ends taste like. There’s nothing like a good meal in a classy place to sort of reward yourself of something you can make up later when you get home.

PooseyDigest_WPBut I noticed a recent trend in restaurant

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Mill Wheel Pickled for the Past 25 Years

Danny Heldenbrand would be very interested.

The late Daviess County native, who served 18 years as a county commissioner, was interested in all things Daviess County. He was a GHS alum who took pride in farming and helping people before he suddenly passed away from a heart attack in 2011. Danny understood how many times when you take the initiative and propose something, the initial “good ‘nuf” can actually evolve

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Handling the Word of Truth

by Pastor Steve Ellison

The Bible is a very important book; I believe that it is the most important book ever written. Furthermore, it outweighs the combined weight of every other book ever written. It is a book to be revered and respected; however it is not to be worshiped. Rather, it points the reader to the only proper object of worship.

The Bible is not a self-help book to

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Remember When People Talked?

by Freida Marie Crump

Greetings from Poosey.

PooseyDigest_WPAll I wanted to do was visit. Two old classmates were back in town for a wedding and we’d not seen each other in years. Since I was the local gal they asked me to pick out a restaurant and a time, then we’d meet for a long-awaited catch-up session. Things like this are always a bit scary as you wonder which of

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Missouri Struggling to End Losing Streak

Missouri added to its growing collection of narrow defeats on Saturday, losing 61-60 at home to Arkansas.

It was a fifth straight loss for Missouri (7-12, 1-5 in SEC play through Sunday). If Tiger fans haven’t been numbed by the losing in this rebuilding season, it was perhaps the most stinging defeat yet. Missouri’s Wes Clark, a good free throw shooter who had made a lot of plays on the

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Just Tryin’ to Stay Healthy

by Freida Marie Crump

Greetings from Poosey.

PooseyDigest_WPNo one in our fourth-grade class wanted to sit by Willa Reeder. Her mama came directly from Kentucky and hardly a week passed without us hearing some strange tales of Mrs. Reeder’s strange habits and incantations. But the worst of the lady’s ministrations was when she’d send her children to school in the winter with garlic tied around their necks. Mrs. Reeder claimed

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Good Thinking: Imago Dei

by Dr. Don Kuehle

Ever wondered how everything began? How did the solar system begin? Why is Earth the only planet capable of sustaining life? Why are people afraid of snakes? Why do women have so much pain in child-birth? How did sin & evil & death originate? We humans have tried to answer these questions for centuries. Our answers come, however, out of an extremely limited lifespan; therefore, our

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