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.

A Passing Prophecy

The subtle beauty of thin clouds at dawn may not match the splendor of blazing sunrise… but it is still beauty. Continue reading

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Unfriendly Skies

I guess there are a lot of ways of getting close to God. Extreme turbulence seems to work about as quickly as anything. Continue reading

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Two Places at Once

It doesn’t take a big group to have a mighty fine worship experience as long as you know how to be in two places at once. Continue reading

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Larry & the Bag Man

It might be that a bit of our time is even more precious to the homeless than a bit of food; both would probably be better than either one alone. Continue reading

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Short Term Memory

My dad started calling me “the absent-minded professor” when I was a kid. I can’t tell that my memory’s improved much a half-century later… Continue reading

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To Rise Above Still Waters

Even in the gray mist of the city, we may believe in our own transformation, our own rising above this world. Continue reading

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Sharing in Chicago

We weep with those who weep, rejoice with those who rejoice, sometimes in spaces so close it seems as if the same voice… Continue reading

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