Category: Wayside Impressions

Pockets of Resistance and Sleeping in Caves

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Our motto for this outing was, ?You haven?t truly lived, until you don?t truly know if you?re gonna live.? We ventured into the blowing snow on the slopes of Mount Hood, armed with a snow shovel and zero-degree sleeping bags. What would freedo… more »

Jury Duty

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Salem, Oregon, Marion County Courthouse Room 5B, Judge John Wilson Presiding. This was the first time on jury duty that I made it to the jury selection process. I would not make it much further, as I would be the first one dismissed for cause. I… more »

A Cash Economy With a Tax on Air

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A recent poll on ChristianExodus.org raised the question of how far we might need to go to return to a free society, hopefully one with Christian liberty under the rule of Biblical Law. The results were very interesting. The least preferred answer, trai… more »

Christmas Vacation Lassen Park

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As I stood by the banks of the creek, it struck me, that the working of God in history was to be played out our lives in ways greater than we imagine, and that "God yet has more light to break forth from his holy word." [cvideogoogle=-305598340407771… more »

Drunken Killers Behind the Wheel

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Early on Christmas morning, as I was driving down a rural Oregon road on the way to take my children to grandmother?s house, I came across a smoking twisted car-shaped hulk of metal that appeared to have spun out of control only a minute earlier. I pu… more »

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