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The church that didn’t know when to quit

By Jeff Smith Special to The PREVIEW “But grow in the grace and knowledge of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ.” 2 Peter 3:18. I was part of the “white…

Staying on the right path with God’s guardrails

By Jan Davis Special to The PREVIEW Carla’s dad was thousands of miles away in Vietnam and I felt overwhelmed with the responsibilities of a child, home and work. The…

The Chromo Kitty Club

By Jeanelle Norris Special to The PREVIEW The Chromo Kitty Club happened on Sept. 29, 2015. I was with my friend, Freda Whisman, in Chromo, Colo. I had driven my…

A future for Lady, and us

By Jan Davis Special to The PREVIEW A Heinz 57 mutt appeared on our front porch one cold snowy Saturday morning in January. She had found refuge from the winter…

A prayer for Pagosa Springs

By Sami Fortin Special to The PREVIEW My hometown is like a little drop of heaven all in one place. Lord, you have blessed us with the best of scenery…

‘Spring Forward into Spirit’ Sunday with GIC

By Carla Ryan Special to The PREVIEW On Sunday, March 13, at 10:30 a.m. (following the time change the night before), GLOBAL Interfaith Community (GIC) will host a spiritually based…

God shows up when life stinks

By Jan Davis Special to The PREVIEW “I can’t do this anymore! It’s not worth it! Life stinks!” We’ve all been there. We want to throw up our hands and…

After a lifetime of living, what’s important?

By Gregg Heid Special to The PREVIEW I’ve lived for more than six decades and have discovered the most important things in life are not what I have acquired or…

Hide and seek

By Jan Davis Special to The PREVIEW We played hide and seek as kids and couldn’t wait for darkness to settle over the yard. One stayed behind to count while…

Innocent eyes and removing the mask

By Gregg Heid Special to The PREVIEW A baby girl distracted me in church on Sunday. I sat behind her mother, who held her so she faced me. When she…