Opinion

Am I my brother’s killer?

Sunday, August 13, 2017 Jim Robidoux 0

I am my brother’s keeper, and need to live according to our Lord’s instruction, starting in Genesis all the way through the last verse of Revelation. We in America complain how little time we have and must listen to ourselves – we must use our time and resources to honor our God, Father, Son and Holy Spirit. If we can live like our Lord and Savior (our perfect example), maybe then we won’t wonder, “Am I my brother’s killer?” READ MORE

Religion

Palm Sunday: Holy Week and the symbolism of the palm branch

Sunday, April 9, 2017 Jim Robidoux 0

Symbolically, Palm Sunday is a declaration of victory over sin. It marks the end of Jesus’ earthly ministry as, this week would be his last week before dying on Good Friday. All of the events of Holy Week would be understood more clearly after Christ’s resurrection, Sunday morning. Palm Sunday was a procession of a king of another kind. One that would die to save His people, and die to pay for the sins of the whole world. READ MORE

The Life Section

Seeking the answers to life’s tough questions

Sunday, March 12, 2017 Jim Robidoux 0

As we try to maintain our sanity in times of stress and turmoil, these questions need answers. We are deceived when we begin to believe men are true, because they simply are not. Where a person belongs can change. And figuring out what we are here for, anyway, is the whole point of being. READ MORE

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Did Jacob Wrestle With God? I think not.

Thursday, March 2, 2017 Carol Robidoux 0

It was during this time period I was learning about spiritual things, as well. Reading about Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob in the Book of Genesis was inspiring. Especially connecting the dots between Old Testament and New, old covenant and new. Even now, almost 45 years later, I’m still connecting all the dots. READ MORE

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My Fathers in heaven have richly provided for all that I have

Sunday, February 19, 2017 Jim Robidoux 0

They say it’s better to teach a man to fish than give him fish. My dad taught us all to work for what we wanted and to work for our families. Our family had to learn, like Paul from the Bible, how to be satisfied with little as well as abundance. But it was my father-in-law Herb Mandel who would build on Ben’s work to create the man that I am today. READ MORE