Monthly Archives: August 2010

No Treasure

Our back yard dig continues. No treasures just a lot work ahead to fill it in. Blake worked hard to break up the concrete.

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Buried Treasure?

There is some sort of concrete structure underground in our back yard. It doesn’t appear to an old septic tank. It is impeding the grass so I have begun break it up and fill in. I am hopeful that it … Continue reading

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Mission Accomplished

Yesterday Ann and I declared MISSION ACCOMPLISHED for our renovation project on the “blue house” we purchased last fall. We have made it a guest house which will be available for rent starting September 1. Our website is www.pleasantviewhouse.com . … Continue reading

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Life in the Church

Eugene Peterson comments on life in the church in his book “Practice Resurrection”. Life in the church is dangerous. Much of the danger comes from from becoming so cozily familiar with the way of faith that we feel set apart … Continue reading

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The Rationalized Life

I came across this quote today. Sure sounded a lot more like my life than I would hope it would be. Life in today’s world, more than ever before, is about this—getting things done, controlling our environment so that we … Continue reading

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