Why It Is Important To Read Revelation

From time to time I am asked to teach on a Sunday morning at Church.  I plan to continue posting these audio files on this blog.  I have thought about posting my notes as well but I'll hold off for now.  If you would like to see what my notes look like for a service, let me know and I will consider so.  

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Sermon from 6 December 2020 at Moab Community Church (in wait for out new pastor to arrive.)

 

One Of the Reasons I Don't Write

This is NOT about excuses.  Anyone who chooses to blog has plenty of excuses why they don't write.  Life is good at giving a person excuses.  This is about choice.  Why do I choose not to write when I have things I would like to write about?   I am very introspective.  Speaking is hard for me at  […]

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Ye Ole (Techy) Cabin Part II - Hardware

Pi-Web_01.JPG, Jan 2020

Let's talk about some of the hardware. -Raspberry Pi The heart of the system is a Raspberry Pi.  It is a SOC (system on a chip) computer running a version of Linux called Raspbian (Debian).  These sell for $35 and are highly supported by both the manufacturer and a large, great group of developers  […]

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Winter Is Here

Winter_Cabin_Back_s.JPG, Dec 2019

We woke up to 8 inches(ish) of snow on the ground the Tuesday morning before Thanksgiving. The wind blew hard and there was snow suck in the corners of the windows on the outside. It looked kind of dreamy, like an old painting of Christmas. I love getting snow. It messes up our road, make it extra  […]

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Smiley Creek UBCP Fly-in 2019 Days 3 and 4

I forgot to mention that I had to get fuel July 5th (the night of day 2). I wanted to do more flying and I didn't have fuel access in Smiley Creek so I decided to take an evening flight to Challis (KLLJ). The weather was decent and I left with enough time to get back to Smiley Creek before dark. I  […]

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Smiley Creek UBCP Fly-in 2019 Days 1 and 2

July 4th weekend the Utah Backcountry Pilots Association hosted a fly-in at Smiley Creek airstrip in Idaho (U87). I had the lucky chance to break from my normal schedule and get up there and join the fun. I had not yet taken my airplane to a fly-in so this was the maiden fly-in voyage for me and the 120.

 

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