Anger, A Bright Cross & A Divine Warning

by: Larry Davies | December 28, 2015

I was angry? Why angry? I was attending an evening class at Lake Junaluska retreat center along with other church leaders. The speaker was teaching how churches approach the basics of what a church offers to the community through teaching, ministry, missions and programming. His goal was to compare two common church attitudes: • One […]

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Sculpture, Prayer and a New Year

by: Larry Davies | December 26, 2015

Bishop, Young Jin Cho gave a unique present this Christmas. A sculpture made from terra-cotta clay of someone in the midst of prayer created by professor Eui-Seok Oh, who teaches Environmental Sculpture at a University in South Korea. In an interview in the Grand Rapids Press, Professor Oh said: “Terra-Cotta has meaning to me… man […]

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A Unique Gift — A God Impression

by: Larry Davies | December 15, 2015

At the dinner table in front of each of us was a 12-inch-high sculpture of an angel, so beautiful we couldn’t help admiring. We noticed each angel on the table was different. One had larger wings, or was a different color or wore a different style of clothing but each angel was unique. After dinner, […]

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Ten Books for Christmas and 2016 – Part 2

by: Larry Davies | December 7, 2015

Here are the second group of recommended books for 2016. They are not always religious but they are interesting and helpful. With each book I enclose information provided by followed by my comments: “Why I recommend this book.” The Power of Praying for Your Adult Children by Stormie Omartian. In this important follow-up to […]

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Ten Books for Christmas and 2016

by: Larry Davies | December 2, 2015

When asked a question, I may not know the answer but I often suggest a book. I read a lot and love to recommend books to others. So, why not share? Here are books to consider for Christmas and 2016. They are not always religious but they are interesting. The list is in no particular […]

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