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Looking Forward To Trophy Times

Looking Forward To Trophy Times

On January 9, 2015, Roger Campbell, author, speaker and broadcaster was called home to be with the God he served faithfully throughout his 84 years of life. Roger Campbell Ministries…

We need a January thaw

We need a January thaw

Now that the message of peace on earth, good will toward men, is neatly packed away with the Christmas decorations, we’re in danger of entering our annual relapse into business…

Surprising solutions for achieving a long life

Surprising solutions for achieving a long life

Recent press releases on the length of life for men in Iceland took many by surprise. Conventional wisdom had touted the value of a warm climate in causing one to…

Enjoy the sound of silence

Enjoy the sound of silence

How much noise can you pump into your head before you begin to drown out God’s voice? This question introduces a timely article by Joseph Benz, which appeared in the…

The most important day of the year

The most important day of the year

On this “winding down” day of 2014, we’re still alive; making it, for you and me, the most important day of the year. What shall we do with it? After…

Look for the best in others

Look for the  best in others

Want a simple formula for a miserable life? Just focus on the faults of others. Zeroing in on what’s wrong with everybody may sound like great sport but it just…

The preacher and the president

The preacher and the president

“What are we going to do about the president?” asked my minister friend. His question took me by surprise. And though many years – and presidential administrations – have passed…

What’s that in your hand?

What’s that in your hand?

In an article titled “His Eye is on the Sparrow,” Jerry Jenkins, co-author of the best-selling “Left Behind” prophetic fiction book series, introduced his readers to Dameon Sharkey, a seventh…

The power of childlike faith

The power of childlike faith

The minister who sat across the desk from me had been diagnosed as having one of the slow dying diseases. We had been friends for many years and he had…

A fishing story to remember

A fishing story  to remember

There I was at one of my favorite places doing one of my favorite things: standing on the shore of a nearby lake fishing.  Pauline had given me a new…