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Another Vacation in the Bank

Rev. James L. Snyder Writer Author Rev. James L. Snyder
Type Christian Column  - Christian Living
Posted Friday, June 21, 2019

The Gracious Mistress of the Parsonage and I arrived home from our vacation late Tuesday afternoon. I’m not one for vacations, but this one was special. Our grandson who lives in Ohio was graduating from high school and then this summer he would be heading off to London for some soccer group. He loves soccer. This is the second of our grandchildren to graduate from high school. I would not say ... Read Christian Column

Journey In His Presence - Issue #1

Yvonne Mullen Writer Author Yvonne Mullen
Type Christian Column  - Devotionals
Posted Friday, June 21, 2019

I don´t know why or how but I do know that it has been a long journey since my last writing in August of last year. I have been through the valleys and in the high places and I know God has been with me every step of the way along with some great Christian sisters. I have gone through many changes, as a butterfly does. My relationship with Jesus has deepened and still has more room for growth. I a ... Read Christian Column

I’m Really Enjoying My Naivety

Rev. James L. Snyder Writer Author Rev. James L. Snyder
Type Christian Column  - Christian Living
Posted Wednesday, April 10, 2019

Someone recently said to me, “You sure are naïve.” I’m not sure what the incident was about at the time, and I was a little bit hurt by that saying. What did he mean that I am naïve? I have been giving this some thought and at this point, I remember quite a few people labeling me as naïve. Therefore, if people are right, it must be true. Yet, is it really that bad? Being naïve can have it ... Read Christian Column

Out to Pastor - Slow Is Just the Way I Go

Rev. James L. Snyder Writer Author Rev. James L. Snyder
Type Christian Column  - Christian Living
Posted Friday, November 16, 2018

One of the main complaints in the Parsonage has to do with my procrastination. The Gracious Mistress of the Parsonage often refers to me as, Sir Procrastinator, as if it was a bad thing. Anything that needs doing in our house, my wife is the first one to jump up and try to do it. She fixes things before they are even broken. How she does that, I will never know. It is a wife thing. I, on the ... Read Christian Column

I’m Dreaming of a Commercial Free World

Rev. James L. Snyder Writer Author Rev. James L. Snyder
Type Christian Column  - Christian Living
Posted Monday, October 29, 2018

It was one of those really busy weeks where there was hardly enough time to breathe. For myself, I was glad the week was over and I could relax for the evening. “What do you want for supper?” The Gracious Mistress of the Parsonage queried. “Do you want to go out for supper?” Going out for supper was the last thing on my mind. All I wanted to do was relax here at the house. “No,” I said ra ... Read Christian Column

If This Is Autumn, What Was Summer?

Rev. James L. Snyder Writer Author Rev. James L. Snyder
Type Christian Column  - Christian Living
Posted Wednesday, October 24, 2018

I must confess that in the Parsonage there are times of confusion. It has nothing to do with age; it has everything to do with the human brain that is undernourished. The Gracious Mistress of the Parsonage can say one thing and I can say something completely different. There are those rare occasions when we are on the same page, the same sentence and almost the same words. As we were eating ... Read Christian Column

Josprel’s Articles of Faith - The No-Fault Church

Josprel (Joseph Perrello) Writer Author Josprel (Joseph Perrello)
Type Christian Column  - Bible Teaching
Posted Tuesday, October 23, 2018

The city of Smyrna, situated in Asia Minor (modern Turkey) was among the most prosperous cities in the Roman province of Asia. Presumably, the city was evangelized through Paul's missionary efforts at Ephesus (Acts 19:10). Some forty years later, when Christ critiqued the seven churches in Asia (Rev. 1:11), the Smyrna church was one of the two not faulted by Him. The church was situated in an ... Read Christian Column

Out To Pastor - Where have all the men in white hats gone?

Rev. James L. Snyder Writer Author Rev. James L. Snyder
Type Christian Column  - Christian Living
Posted Wednesday, April 02, 2014

When I was growing up you could always tell who the good men were by the white hats they wore. Bad men always wore black hats. That made it rather convenient for those of us who were watching so we knew who would be winning at the end. When you were in trouble all you had to do was look for someone wearing a white hat. Not only did the good men wear white hats but also they were able to solve e ... Read Christian Column

Where Angels Walk - Jan 13 Story Time

Joan Wester Anderson Writer Author Joan Wester Anderson
Type Christian Column  - Angels
Posted Sunday, January 12, 2014

Hello, friends. Today a little child will lead them. (And do stay warm :) "Of course I didn't see anyone, but the feeling that you get when you know they are near...." Heidi Taylor runs out of words. Like others who want to share their experiences with angels, she is filled with joy. It all started when Heidi, the mother of six, read an angel book, WHERE ANGELS WALK. She realized that her ... Read Christian Column

A Grandfather’s Stand on the Father Christmas Hullabaloo

Rev. James L. Snyder Writer Author Rev. James L. Snyder
Type Christian Column  - Holidays
Posted Tuesday, December 24, 2013

During this time of the year, a certain controversy raises its ugly red-scarfed head. Year after year, this hullabaloo continues and nobody has taken the initiative to deal with this holiday wrangling. That is, until now. Normally, I am a mild-mannered person and just to be on the safe side, I stay out of telephone booths. You cannot be too careful, if you know what I mean. As a great philos ... Read Christian Column

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