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Turning from mammon, turning to God

By William Thomas Special to The PREVIEW From March 2005 to May 2005, I was involuntarily committed to a mental hospital because I was deemed to be a danger to…

More than a reason

By Barb Kugle Special to The PREVIEW Jesus is so much more than a “reason for the season.” Considering the scope and breadth of who Jesus Christ really is, this…

A matter of faith: Lyle’s wedding day

By Mark Thompson Special to The PREVIEW My best friend, Lyle, was getting married and I was the best man. Best man is the greatest job ever.  There is nothing…

A matter of faith: Coffee, tea and wisdom

By Jeff Smith Special to The PREVIEW Proverbs 2:1 My son, if you will take my words to your heart, storing up my laws in your mind; 2:3 Truly, if…

Mastering the wisdom of Solomon, one cup at a time

By Jeff Smith Special to The PREVIEW Warm cup of joe in the morning. One to two scoops per six ounce cup, burr ground instead of blade ground, filtered water…

God came to do business

Recently, we had the opportunity to hear Dr. Bruce Wilkinson speak at a special event in Grass Valley, Calif. It was sobering. It was fitting that the gala was not…

The dance: Sometimes awkward, sometimes grace-full

By Mark Thompson Special to The PREVIEW My youngest daughter mentioned casually a few weeks ago that the fifth-sixth grade dance was coming up. This is an event the PE…

One Church of Pagosa Springs — One Family

By Jim Sanderson Special to The PREVIEW I believe. I was recently watching a documentary about the life of Ronald Reagan, U.S. President.  One thing that was said that really…

A cry for significance

By Barb Kugle Special to The PREVIEW I have come to believe that the cry of every human heart is a cry for significance. Everyone wants to matter, to count…

Pouring two cups, one cup at a time

By Jeff Smith Special to The PREVIEW Early in the morning, and I’m up before she is. That’s the pattern. I’ve made enough for two cups of coffee before I…