Archive: October 2017

Fuel for today

Finley asked me this morning if on Christmas morning we’d have to wait for Livia before we opened presents.  It took my breath away, and confused me. I explained to her that Livia is in Heaven, and we won’t see her again until we get there.  She didn’t dwell on it, and quickly moved passed […]

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By Jacob Hubert

I would like to begin by thanking everyone who’s here in attendance today, and the outreach of support displayed by our family, friends, church, schools, employers, coworkers, and community through these difficult times.  Your generosity has been broadcasted on the news, been printed in the paper, and more importantly given my family and I the […]

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By Marshall Hauge

Jesus said to the apostles: I give you a new commandment: love one another.  As I have loved you, so you also should love one another.  John 13:34 There is a belief, that to truly have a successful life, you have to experience this world to its fullest. You need to take on exciting adventures, […]

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One month

Yesterday marked one month.  So much of this doesn’t feel real.  I thought about figuring out the exact number of days, hours, and minutes, but it felt so wrong.  It felt hard.  I don’t really want to acknowledge it.   This blog has always been my voice.  My voice feels so fragile right now.  It […]

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