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Wayne Weekly “A Close Call…Sweat on an Angel’s Brow”

The other day while traveling north on Interstate 81 to pick up Tom Herbert and then onto Watertown for a luncheon with area pastors I had a “close call”. Driving in the middle lane of 81, doing the 65 mph speed limit (give or take) I noticed some kind of truck in the far left […]

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Wayne Weekly “…the Heat is On”

This morning I opened my office door, ready for a day’s work. Nothing out of the ordinary, just another Monday. As the door swung open I glanced toward my desk. The front office staff, Linda our Business Manager and Linnie our Administrative Assistant, earlier in the year, had placed an impressive looking plant on the […]

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Wayne Weekly “Frosty the…Omen”

The word “omen” has gotten a bad wrap over the years, due primarily to a series of Hollywood movies with an evil theme. The dictionary gives this definition: An occurrence or phenomenon believed to portend (foreshadow) a future event. Simply put, an omen can be a good omen, like seeing a Robin, an omen that […]

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Wayne Weekly “Take Some Time to Smell the…Leaves”

I smelled the autumn leaves yesterday. I heard the crunch under my feet. I explored the reds and golds and yellows. It was a grand moment. So often the present, a memory being made, propels you back in time to like experiences, to memories of days gone by. Most memories are good. Bad memories can […]

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Wayne Weekly “In A Moment of Time”

Just a few days ago many were lamenting over the snow covered highways, having to don our winter coats, or a layer or two of our fall wear. We shook our heads and reluctantly resigned to the reality that the autumn days of colorful foliage and moderate temperatures had hibernated. That is until today. We […]

The other day while traveling north on Interstate 81 to pick up Tom Herbert and then onto Watertown for a luncheon with area pastors I had a “close call”. Driving in the middle lane of 81, doing the 65 mph speed limit (give or take) I noticed some kind of truck in the far left […]

This morning I opened my office door, ready for a day’s work. Nothing out of the ordinary, just another Monday. As the door swung open I glanced toward my desk. The front office staff, Linda our Business Manager and Linnie our Administrative Assistant, earlier in the year, had placed an impressive looking plant on the […]

The word “omen” has gotten a bad wrap over the years, due primarily to a series of Hollywood movies with an evil theme. The dictionary gives this definition: An occurrence or phenomenon believed to portend (foreshadow) a future event. Simply put, an omen can be a good omen, like seeing a Robin, an omen that […]

Spotlight on “Organ Donation” with Dawn Sessler – originally aired on November 16, 2020 (11-16-20) Dawn spoke to a man named Jim Gleason about his experience of getting a heart donated to him 26 years ago that kept him alive.

Spotlight on “Open Door Mission” with Dawn Sessler – originally aired on November 13, 2020 (11-13-20) Anna Valeria-Iseman, Executive Director of Open Door Missions, spoke to Dawn about what Open Door Mission is, what the shelter does for Rochester, New York, and how someone can get involved to help during Covid-19.

Spotlight on “God’s Mountain Recovery Center” with Dawn Sessler – originally aired on November 12, 2020 (11-12-20) Pastor Joe Quinones, founder of God’s Mountain Recovery Center in the Poconos in Pennsylvania, spoke with Dawn about their center and what it does to help women.

Spotlight on “Life House” with Dawn Sessler – originally aired on November 11, 2020 (11-11-20) John Tumino joins Dawn again to talk about “Life House”, a ministry his wife Leann started to help women struggling with prostitution get their lives back on track and to give them the Gospel of Jesus Christ.

Spotlight on “Hire Ground” with Dawn Sessler – originally aired on November 10, 2020 (11-10-20) John Tumino spoke to Dawn about “Hire Ground”, another ministry connected to his ministry “In My Father’s Kitchen”.

Do not give until it hurts! Give until it makes you rejoice with laughter. I believe that is the appropriate biblical principle of 2 Corinthians 9:7 – for God loves a cheerful giver. As treasurer of Mars Hill Radio (Canada) Inc., I have great pleasure in seeing how some Friends find interesting ways to support […]

I smelled the autumn leaves yesterday. I heard the crunch under my feet. I explored the reds and golds and yellows. It was a grand moment. So often the present, a memory being made, propels you back in time to like experiences, to memories of days gone by. Most memories are good. Bad memories can […]