Minden Press-Herald

Saturday
Aug 30th

Along the Way

Precious memories…how they linger

People don't attend funerals like they used to do. It seems, years ago, family and friends would gather at funerals to 'pay their last respects' to the person or console the family experiencing death. Not that way now! Sometimes only a 'handful' of folks gather to comfort and console families in grief. Many times the deceased are folks that have lived a long, productive life, giving themselves away for the benefit of others. Now they are just a memory in the sands of times, soon to be forgotten. They have outlived many of their contemporaries, and the younger generations 'can't stop long enough to say "thanks for investing in us".

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Had Jesus not come

This thought crosses our minds I'm sure - especially at Christmastime. When the world is pushing the manger and Baby Jesus aside, out of the marketplaces of life, it seem...

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That Incredible Moment

Max Lucado explores the "incredible moment" when Christ came to be born as the Son of God on earth. He wrote the book (same name) highlighting the importance of this even...

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Joseph, The Carpenter

Everyone has heard Mark Lowry's special Christmas song: Mary, Did You Know? He poses questions that must have been on Mary's 'pondering list' as she struggled through her...

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I heard the bells on Christmas day

This is a favorite carol of many. Written by one of America's most famous poets, Henry W. Longfellow, the words lead us through a dynamic worship experience centering on ...

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