Monthly Archives: January 2018

Good Memories, Good Thoughts

Could Facebook actually improve your mental health? Doesn’t seem likely… but a selective approach to posted memories might be a good thing. Continue reading

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School Shooting

Even in unimaginable tragedy, we see courage and compassion. There is no place too small for horror or for honor. Continue reading

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In the Face of Disturbing News

In the space of the unknown, there is room for sowing seeds of doubt… or of faith. I know which one has a better yield. Continue reading

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Something Stronger than Blankets

Even when it seems we share nothing more than the road, our concern can reach out to others. Continue reading

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Against the Bitter Cold

A double-digit below zero wind chill doesn’t remove duty and obligation… but certainly can affect the way we go about them! Continue reading

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Just For a Day

What if today was more than just the first day of the rest of my life? What if I decided that today would be the best day of my life? Continue reading

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Yes, Dorothy, We’re Still in Kansas

The weather forecast for south central Kansas today isn’t all that cheerful… Doesn’t mean we can’t be, though! Continue reading

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