Tuesday, September 25, 2018

Springfield Today September 4, 2018

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Good Moanin’ Springfieldians, Several years ago, not long after the construction of the Benner Library and Resource center on the campus of Olivet Nazarene University, the college decided to create a quad between the library and Ludwig Center, the student union building.  It was then, and remains today, the most heavily traveled spot on campus.  […]

Springfield Today August 28, 2018

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Good Moanin’ Springfiedians, I read about it a number of years ago, and I’ve tried, I’ve really tried to remember the lesson.  Some times I’m successful; other times, not so successful.  Sometimes I put the lesson into practice immediately and have found the lesson taught is true.  But then there are other times when I’ve […]

Springfield Today August 21, 2018

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Good Moanin’ Springfieldians,                                                                                                                   August 21, 2018 I’m 62 years old and when my parents accepted the Lord I was probably about six or seven years old.  So for 55 years I’ve been attending church.  But what is so significant to me is what I remember about that little church I attended, well, really, what […]

Springfield Today July 31, 2018

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Good Moanin’ Springfieldians, God loves to use ordinary people to do extraordinary things.  And I love these three stories that all happen to include former General Superintendents in the Church of the Nazarene. I love these stories not because of who is included in them, but also because they illustrate the truth that God loves […]

Springfield Today July 24, 2018

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Well, no one came up with the correct answer from last week’s story full of homophones. So Teri and I will enjoy a DQ together, but will miss having friends with us.             I remember Bob Benson telling of a conversation he had with a closer friend who had a serious heart attack.  For a […]

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