Category Archives: Veteran's Day

When is war necessary?

We should not allow our weariness with overseas wars result in a delusional isolationism. There is always a danger in reaction resulting in opposite extremes. So perhaps this is a good time to review our beliefs about war. Is it possible to have a just war? Could a decision to go to war ever be the best and most loving choice? Continue reading

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A Time to Give Thanks and Pray

  Setting aside the partisanship that has polarized the political scene, let us pause as one Nation under God to remember with gratitude and honor those who served their Country!   We express our deepest gratitude to families who lost loved … Continue reading

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Veteran’s Day

Along with our appreciation to all who served, let’s remember to pray for those grieving painful losses from the Fort Hood tragedy. The picture in today’s paper of a mom touching the boots of her 19 year old son (one … Continue reading

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