Author Archives: Doc Arnett

About Doc Arnett

Native of southwestern Kentucky currently living in Blair, Kansas, with my wife of twenty-five years, Randa. We have, between us, eight children and twenty-one grandkids. We enjoy singing, worship, remodeling and travel.

Strangers at Dinner

The unexpected kindness of strangers in a small Arkansas town changes a tired waitress’s night… and maybe more. Continue reading

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The Blessings of an Autumn Day in the Flint Hills

Until I came to Kansas, I had no idea how much color a tallgrass prairie could offer in autumn. Continue reading

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Changing Seats

If we do not like the view, perhaps it’s time for a new perspective. Better to light a fire under our own backside than to curse the darkness… or something like that. Continue reading

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A Cup of Cold Water

It is all the things of life– highs and lows and the miles in between both–that shape us into who we are… and who we are becoming. Continue reading

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Strangers in the Church

Remember that scene where Jesus describes separating the sheep and the goats? Wasn’t part of that based on how we treat strangers? Continue reading

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Of Coffee & Scones and the Owning of Love

There is much more to the art of love than fresh coffee and homemade scones… but they make a pretty good start. Continue reading

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Against the Odds

In the aftermath of tragedy, a late walk on a cloudy night reminds us that even a dim reflection of God’s light and love helps illuminate the world around us. Continue reading

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