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  • Wednesday, March 21, 2018

    Several times I have read that we need four basic elements in life. They are 1) Water 2) Air 3) Food 4) Light

    Those are the elements that science says we must have for survival. 

    I recently read in a couple places that this is what the Bible says about Jesus:

    1) I Am the source of living water  2) I Am the breath of life 3) I Am the bread of life  4) I Am the Light of the world

    So when it comes down to it science was right...we need Jesus to Live!! 

  • Thursday, March 08, 2018

    You could send your name through space to the sun. NASA invites you to sign up and be a part of the Parker Solar Probe. A mission to touch the sun. The picture is my certificate after signing up. 

    I'm a space geek and love the possibilities that space provides. It's another way to be amazed at God's creation!!! You can find out more by clicking here. Let's go to the sun together.  ;)  

  • Monday, March 05, 2018

    When is work NOT work? When you love it so much you can't retire.

    Case in point...Arnaldo De Castris of Montreal, Canada. He worked in the same neighborhood delivering milk, eggs and butter for almost 70 years. His doctor told him it was time to slow down, telling him "Your 82 not 22." So he retired. But Arnie, as some of his customers call him, got bored. Now he's back working along side his cousin Richard. Richard says Arnaldo will be tagging along as long as he wants to.

    Arnaldo is appreciative of his cousin letting him work with him. And he's very happy to get out of the house.

    Most areas have said farewell to home milk delivery. But it still exists in some neighborhoods. Arnaldo is very glad it does.

    So it brings up the questions, what will you do when you retire? Are you looking forward to it or dreading it? I think it all depends on how much you love what you do.

    I, for one, am not really looking forward to retirement. I love what God allows me to do on a daily basis. 

    I think God wants to use us in our retirement. What does that look like? We all have different answers.