Tag Archives: Christopher Columbus

Lunch with Jesus

Every year I read The Traveler’s Gift by Andy Andrews.  It is a novel about a young man facing huge crises in his life, and after a car accident he finds himself traveling through time.  He is met by various … Continue reading

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Exploring the relationship between prayer and health

“By prevailing over all obstacles and distractions, one may unfailingly arrive at his chosen goal or destination.” So stated Christopher Columbus, whose monumental voyage we observe this month. As a student, I loved studying Columbus, Magellan, DeSoto, Cortez and the … Continue reading

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Jesus as Explorer

         Happy Columbus Day!      Today, our local grade school’s sign says: “Can you name two explorers besides Columbus?”  I first thought of Magellan, and then of course, Cortez and Ponce de Leon.  I also thought of Lewis … Continue reading

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