Archive for January 2000

The Anti-Virus Program

Computer users have a nemesis which has earned a bad reputation–computer viruses. If only some vitamin C and plenty of liquids could prevent these destructive, unpredictable codes from destroying computer files and crashing hard drives! A popular solution is to run a program on your computer recognizes and neutralizes these software saboteurs before they do…

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Your Garden of Virtues

Have you seen the computer software that enables the user to design a garden in 3-D? For you who thrive on gardening, imagine designing your potential garden’s location, the contour of its beds, the types of plants to include, and their arrangement. How cool is that. But it’s even better when the garden is actually…

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Dimensions of Forgiveness

The year after graduating from seminary I worked for a moving and storage company in Pennsylvania (a very MOVING experience…). During that time I noticed that a move is a good opportunity to do some “de-junking.” It is amazing how much “stuff” a family accumulates over time–ours included! Some black garbage bags are often used…

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Selective Memory

Thanks for the memories Memory is a remarkable capacity that we’ve been given. It certainly has its good side. Our photo albums and digital directories are an enjoyable collection of family memories for us. When our children were growing up, at bedtime they’d often ask for a story. It amazed me how often I could…

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Cooking Up Some Good Works

I recently heard about an example of Christian love in action. A sister in Christ was visiting a friend who had troubles in her kitchen. It seems that her stove was falling apart–the timer wasn’t working, and no heat emanated from the oven. The visiting sister, who is handy with this sort of task, reflected…

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