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When my grand daughter’s dad was asked to describe his ball glove as a kid, he might have said,  “I’ve got a Ripken model.” (I know that because the Oriole shortstop was my son’s favorite player growing up and it’s likely that he had Cal’s signature on his glove somewhere.) When I asked…

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Thank you Serve the City

Ten years ago, the flood of ’08 wrecked havoc upon the city of Cedar Rapids. As bad as it was, it could have been worse. It’s important to remember the heroes of that hour that helped keep our friends and neighbors out of harm’s way. Because of Serve the City, a coalition of evangelical leaders in Linn County, not…

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Quick pics wanted

It’s hard to beat summertime for the proverbial Kodak moment. Just ask Dax. Flanked by his dad (my son, Brett) and bestie Rubble, Dax was soaking it all in. This is what I love about this time of year. Capturing memories of the fam is nearly a daily experience because there’s so much going on. How did we ever survive before…

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The gang’s (almost) all here

We were so giddy when we took this pic, we could have belted out a few lines of that old familiar tune. “Hail! Hail! The gang’s all here! Never mind the weather, long as we’re together!’ I guess working with those you enjoy being with does have it’s benefits. (Did I mention that I love my job?) I’m…

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A good day

A wise sage commenting on what it means to be human said this: “When you laugh and cry in the same day, that’s a good day!” The first ever Girls Day Out at Shores Event Center was indeed, a good day. It was kind of like Girls Night Out, only bigger. Ladies from all over Eastern Iowa connected for a time of fellowship with…

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Sounds of silence

I have forgotten what silence sounds like. Apparently, it’s quite rare today. A few days ago, I spent the entire day in the Dallas airport. No, there was no weather issue. It was beautiful in Dallas that day. Mine was a simple problem. I accidentally bought the wrong return flight back to Iowa when scheduling my return from a…

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Great expectations

Expectations are a funny thing. When the weather doesn’t cooperate with our plans, it can be really frustrating. I am seeing a lot of weather-induced frustration this Spring. People are frustrated that frosty temperatures and snow are keeping us indoors for a few more weekends than usual. So we “plow through”…

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Think spring!

Though spring is slow in coming, these stories of changed lives are sure to warm your heart. It’s the real testimonies of real people that remind us why we do, what we do. Enjoy! Christian:   After a really disappointing turn with a prospective job, songs on Life 101.9 shed some light amid my bitterness and helped me to more…

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Faded glory

This week we celebrate an event of monumental importance. Hint: It’s not the Final Four nor does it have anything to do with marshmallow chicks and chocolate bunnies. Of course. This weekend we celebrate Easter – the real one – that happened over 2000 years ago. But as I think about it, I’m starting to wonder…

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Welcome back Deb

The sign said it all. “Welcome back Deb.” It was a good day! Spent the lunch hour enjoying pizza, cake and welcoming our friend and colleague Deb Pugh who rejoined us after a year long battle with cancer.  There’s nothing like beholding the smiling face of a friend after a long absence. Here she is with thankful…

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Humans are hardwired for awe, but sin distracts us from the glory of our Creator and often we end up worshipping everything but God.

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