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Shopping local is something many of us strive to do, which can sometimes be difficult in the digital age of online shopping. If you’re looking for a way to support the local economy, may I … more
I told Max I am not going to ever let him forget it – and so far I haven’t. Now it’s in print for posterity. After escaping the clutches of COVID for over two years, I’ve now … more
A phenomenon that occurs that announces the upcoming change of season is a sudden desire to switch from the lighter wines of the warm seasons to the heavier red wines that accompany the heavier meals … more
When John Wesley began ministry in the mid-1700s, he took to the streets to share the good news of Jesus Christ. He developed practices to guide the people in their faith journey. Wesley’s … more
Last week, our readers in Warrensburg sent their kids back to school and this week, our readers in Sedalia did the same.  It’s the return of routine as the summer weather continues, yet … more
I figured I would hear a volcanic eruption regarding forgiveness of $10,000 of student loan indebtedness. And I was right. “I paid mine!” “It isn’t FAIR!”  Can … more
Tuesday was the first day of school for Sedalia School District 200. I could probably write a book about school, so it’s a good thing that I have limited space in this column. The first … more
Since the Jewish people have spread all over the world, kosher wines have followed with them.  There is even a Jewish temple in Tokyo, Japan, where a Japanese parishioner told my … more
Here we are on the verge of September with only one-third of the year left! Many of us are talking about where the summer went and how school can have resumed already. Labor Day is almost here and … more
The reality of my age is settling in. I’m not talking about my feeling old. I’m talking about the fact that I am watching my contemporaries, those with whom I have shared the past 40 or … more
Three years ago, after man-handling a tiller for more than an hour to prepare the garden for the season, I realized that as I aged, this way of gardening was not sustainable.  My garden was a … more
I recently sampled a very novel wine, the Art of the Earth Sangria, that was also presented in a very interesting bottle that was sealed with a crown cap but also had attached the very popular (in … more
I am a pro-lifer.  In popular American parlance, that usually equals “anti-abortion,” and I am that too.  But being pro-life in the Christian sense of the term also means … more
The Fourth Amendment to the Constitution: “The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, … more
Popular customs dictate that the white and rosé wines rule the warm weather.  The red wines, however, also have their place too when the temperature is high and that place is … more
The passage of time is a funny thing. For example, this week feels like it has dragged on for two, but it also seems like it hasn’t been a year since I announced I was starting a weekly column … more
An interesting thing happened between last month’s column and this one. During the extreme heat wave in Great Britain, I heard an interview with British climate activist and writer George … more
Just in time to save wine lovers from the rapidly increasing price of wine, Italian winemakers have sent over to us a whole series of their popular Rosato (rosé) style of wines and all at … more
The challenge of our national denominational leadership that each congregation develop new ways to serve as “Jesus in the Neighborhood” has inspired the members at The Church of the … more
My 5-year-old wants me to write a story about “fruits and vegetables,” and so I shall.  I come from a long line of fabulous gardeners. My paternal grandmother fed 10 kids (eight … more
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