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Years ago, my brother, stepsister and I decided to explore the Louisiana woods one unusually cold winter morning. It was a productive adventure to say the least; we found a place which had old, dilapidated structures and fences, but the most fascinating part was this little, man-made pond.

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At first glance, most of us see that the year 2020 didn’t go all that well—the pandemic, bitter and still-contested election, economic loss, social unrest, unemployment, and, for most of us, problems of a more personal nature can be added to the list. This morning I heard the year likened to…

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I have a regifting box carefully stored in the basement. The contents include everything I have received and -- for a variety of reasons -- don’t want, but consider too valuable to throw away.

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I was asked to re-print my Christmas letter from Jesus—an excellent reminder at the end of a challenging year. This letter was originally published in 2017 (I've made modifications for COVID-19). 

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I recently reconnected with my high school girlfriend, Lisa. She is a delight! We are having such fun catching up on the last five decades of our lives. We’ve gone in much different directions and yet our friendship is a sturdy bridge.