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Watch Out

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I’m learning as a parent how little control I have with my kids as they get older. I can tell them all sorts of things but I’m not with them 24/7 so it’s up to them to make good choices. So the best thing Julie and I can do as parents is pray early and pray often for our kids...

Mature Faith Grows in Community

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We’ve all heard of Accountability Partners (aka Accountabilibuddy). When trying to improve your health, the very best accountabilibuddy is a 7 year old that wants you to succeed. They know you can succeed and are not old enough to understand that sometimes Daddy just ‘needs’ a...

Green Bananas

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So my morning routine at the Choate house ends with the creation of my protein shake. It is always chocolate, banana & peanut butter (smooth) unless a certain young lady has eaten my last banana the night before. My preference is a banana that is almost over-ripe - yellow with brown spots...

Technology of God

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In the spring of this year, I began waiting for Sept. 12th - Reading all the news leaks, reviewing expert opinions and praying for affordability. I, like so many others, waited for the announcement of the iPhone X. The leaks were accurate, opinions were mostly on the mark but my prayer for...

One for the Freezer

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Our family joined Trinity in January 2012.  I had been out of work for 5 months, we were called out of our church family of 17 years & honestly, Ugh, I didn't want to be here. I wasn't sure I would even make friends at TBC. However, God told me it wasn't about what I wanted, it was...

This Bud’s for You

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So there was this guy named Bud. He was an East Texas boy by birth and he grew up pipelining with his dad. Pipeliners were nomadic, moving towns whenever the job moved. During his school years from 1st grade through High School, he attended over 30 schools, changing schools with each new job...

A Bridge Too Far

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Growing up I loved watching old WW2 movies with my dad. One of those movies was "A Bridge Too Far.” It's the story of 'Operation Market Garden,’ a plan to seize and hold key bridges in the Netherlands that failed miserably.  The name of the movie is credited to a British Officer...

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