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Praying for Brothers

by Pastor Steve Ellison

Acts 18 tells about Paul’s work in Corinth. Paul was staying in the home of Aquilla and Priscilla while making tents and testifying about Christ in the synagogue. Unbelieving Jews threw Paul out of the synagogue, so God in His marvelous way arranged for Paul to move into the home of Titius Justus, who just happened to live next door to the synagogue. Paul lived there

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Poosey Digest: Edith’s Cornballs

by Freida Marie Crump

PooseyDigest_WPGreetings from Poosey.

Pity our poor National Anthem. As it celebrates its 200th birthday this year the song has been much maligned as “unsingable,” “war like,” and simply old-fashioned. The fellow who penned it after watching the bombardment of Fort McHenry in the War of 1812 meant it to be nothing more than a poem. He never intended for someone to set it to a piece

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Lookin’ for the Sizzle

Dw.cdrRemember that TV commercial now in distant past, where one of the two ol’ ladies standing in line at a hamburger joint looked down, holding mostly a bun, and blared: “Where’s the beef?”

Sometimes life’s like that. Sometimes you can spend a lot of time working on something you think you can sink your teeth into only to eventually realize what you wind up with is not quite what you

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The Art of Following

ShepherdCalls_WPAfter church, some friends and I were going to lunch. Since I was in their city, I asked them to select a restaurant. They told me the name of the restaurant and said, “Follow me.” Somewhere, in the brief one-mile journey to a nice sit-down eatery, another auto got between us. When I followed that car into a drive-in restaurant, I realized I was following the wrong vehicle. Fortunately, my

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Instigating Revival

by Pastor Steve Ellison

To instigate means to do something that sets another action in motion. It means to help something get started. Often instigate is used in a negative manner. However, instigate can be used in reference to a good thing.

The church in America is in desperate need of spiritual awakening and revival. Be very clear about one thing; spiritual awakening and revival are works of God not

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Rule #1: Just Have Fun!

by Freida Marie Crump

PooseyDigest_WPGreetings from Poosey.

We’ve missed something. My pillow still has a tag that reads, “Do not remove under penalty of law,” and even my ketchup bottle sports a label filled with information required by government regulation. So what happened to parades? Nearly every town of any size hosts an annual parade or two but I can’t find anything published by the federal government regulating the things.

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Breaking the Daily Grind

Dw.cdrOn a personal level, what does Labor Day mean to you? Maybe the holiday just slipped past so fast you didn’t give it much thought.

Most of us just want a paying job that has a little wiggle room in order to make a little more money. Many throughout Northwest Missouri are underemployed, and the only options are to string together part-time jobs that help make the whole.

Same goes

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The Summer of Our Discontent

by Lee H. Hamilton

Despite these last few months of hot and lazy days, it’s been hard not to notice a cold political wind blowing through the country. The magazine Foreign Affairs captured it with its latest cover, a mockup of a travel poster featuring a crumbling U.S. Capitol with the tagline, “See America: Land of Decay and Dysfunction.”

Americans are clearly uneasy. I know it anecdotally, because at virtually

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Poosey Digest: Think PIG!

by Freida Marie Crump

PooseyDigest_WPGreetings from Poosey.

It was some of the best advice I’d ever received. I was traveling into town with my friend Zelma and we were running late for a meeting. I’d just rounded a curve, and Boom!, a pickup truck pulled out right in front of me then proceeded to piddle down the highway at 40 mph with a stream of traffic backing up behind us.

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