Wayne Weekly

During my Dazy Dew daily duty dog walk, early morning edition, I saw an “iceberg”, well really a plowed remnant of what was left of our November snowstorm. That surprised me a little since I thought the warmer temperature of this past week would have melted any trace of our November, January like, event. The […]

Thanksgiving is one holiday that, other than the emphasis on being thankful, is much about food! Yes, Christmas means a family meal, summer holidays mean picnics, but Thanksgiving…now that’s a “mouthful”! Thanksgiving memories can bring visions of family gathered around a crowded table enjoying a home cooked dinner. Or maybe the after diner living room […]

I think we were broad sided this past week with a winter storm that left many of our roads a challenge to maneuver, and patches of ice on sidewalks that activated our “on-board” human radar as we navigated sidewalks and parking lots.  As I grow older, I find myself a bit more patient with slow […]

There is something special about November. Most of us celebrate the Thanksgiving holiday and have opportunity to be with loved ones, often enjoying a feast representing the “plentiful bounty” that God has provided. We are blessed by one of the few holidays that doesn’t spell, retail! But other than the warmth of Thanksgiving, November has […]

Last spring while making some adjustments to my furnace I noticed that things did not look quite right through my right eye. I found that images that had vertical lines seemed bent and distorted. I rubbed my eye and blinked a few times thinking that may remedy the problem. I thought, “Maybe some tearing is […]

  Just a few weeks ago I had the absolute joy of speaking at the morning service of one of Mars Hill Network’s supporting churches. A growing number of churches have decided to support Mars Hill as a local mission outreach, and occasionally we’re asked to speak and present the ministry of the Mars Hill […]

There I was suspended between heaven and earth. I was precariously balancing the best I could glaring down at the terrain below. My full coffee cup gloating back at me daring me to crash land and spill its contents into the sand. It was a beautiful morning at Fair Haven Beach State Park. My wife […]

Well, the Governor didn’t show, and for that matter neither did the mayor, town supervisor, street superintendent…not even the local dog catcher. There were no brightly colored balloons, no ribbon to be cut, no cheese and crackers or pastry dainties. No marching band to play The Stars and Stripes forever. No fireworks, no hot air […]

Each year for the past several years, the Mars Hill Network has been a promotional partner for Ron Hutchcraft’s On Eagles Wings Summer of Hope outreach to young Native American Indians. We’re blessed to be able to share weekly reports from OEW on how the Holy Spirit has moved on several reservations as the gospel […]

Just yesterday our afternoon drive announcer, Brian Munse, shared an experience he had had this past week-end on a family camping trip with friends to Eaton Lake in the beautiful Adirondack Mountains of New York. Brian told how the camping trip was an almost “let’s pack it in” before the first stake went into the […]

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