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Cat poo in the sandbox: an allegory

By Lynn Moffett Special to The PREVIEW My granddaughter came skipping. “Come play in my sandbox with me.” Delighted to spend time together, we clasped hands and hurried to her…

Take time to delight

By Joyce Holdread Special to The PREVIEW How often do we take time to simply delight? Living in troubled times, we sometimes get caught up in everything wrong with the…

Proud or humble?

By Jeff Smith Special to The PREVIEW The kind of person we are is more important than what we know, say or do. The proverbs of the Bible are part…

Think things are hard?

By Lynn Moffett Special to The PREVIEW I thought I knew what poverty looked like until Charla Pereau invited me to take publication photographs of her orphanage in the arid…

From puppy love to forever love

By Jan Davis Special to The PREVIEW I sat on the love seat with Mike and smiled as our grandson, Charlee, and his girlfriend, Zoey, cuddled on the couch across…

The problem with appeasement

By Richard A. Bolland Special to The PREVIEW There are literally thousands of religious groups all over the world. Within Christianity, there are hundreds, if not thousands, of different institutional…

Facing life’s greater dangers with fewer tools

By Jeff Smith Special to The PREVIEW We live in a world of skeptics. I am one of them. I question people’s motives, including my own. I doubt others until…

Seeing things seven days later

By Jeff Smith Special to The PREVIEW Smart people have hope. Living outside the U.S. long ago, it was something to watch American news. The local TV station got the…

Seeing things seven days later

By Jeff Smith Special to The PREVIEW Smart people have hope. Living outside the U.S. long ago, it was something to watch American news. The local TV station got the…

A smooth, straight path

By Jeff Smith Special to The PREVIEW As I read my wisdom scriptures in the morning, Proverbs 11:3 reminded me that my ethics should guide me when I decide what…