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Dressing up after the change

By Hank Slikker Special to The PREVIEW I’ve never been much on fashion, but how I appear in public has a little bit to do with how I dress. I…

Swimming in a new understanding

By Lynn Moffett Special to The PREVIEW Josie woke, remembering her dream. She relived the search in the closet, the tool shed, the garage, but what she’d been after remained…

The seed of leading a better life

By Jeff Smith Special to The PREVIEW Evangelical Christian churches believe getting sinners saved is the main goal of our faith. This is a good thing, but they sometimes miss…

Taking a step of faith and finding your way home

By Jan Davis Special to The PREVIEW The journey began with one simple step of faith. We moved to Colorado after a lifetime in Oklahoma. Pagosa Springs became our “forever…

When fear creeps in

By Diane Cooney Special to The PREVIEW Seven-month old Taylor nestled in her young mother’s arms as they slipped and slid into the shallow end of the pool. It was…

Giving in life and death

By Richard Gammill Special to The PREVIEW My son, Brian, and I were in Chennai, India, with nearly four hours between flight connections. We left the airport not suspecting the…

Following the story line of the Author

By Gregg Heid Special to The PREVIEW A story begins with a man and woman who fall in love, marry and have a family. They buy a starter house, adopt…

Restoration and views of the end times

By Jeff Smith Special to The PREVIEW The “Restoration Message” is a term found in some corners of the Christian Faith. It adds much to our debate on the end…

Remaining in His grip

By Richard Gammill Special to The PREVIEW When I leave my Pagosa Springs home in the mornings, the scene is predictably beautiful and peaceful. Daisy is pulling on her leash,…

His hands in ours

By Jan Davis Special to The PREVIEW The newborn baby reaches out and grasps her mama’s hand. The preschoolers walk hand in hand to the playground. A young daughter grips…