“The LORD hear thee in the day of trouble; the name of the God of Jacob defend thee; Send thee help from the sanctuary, and strengthen thee out of Zion;” Psalm 20:1-2 Many years ago, I read this scripture and felt the Lord showing me how important it was to be part of a church family. I realized that there would be times when we would face trouble and would need support from others. When we were going through experiences that made it hard for us to pray, we could ask God to lead our fellow believers to pray for…

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There is a point on the Seward (Alaska) Highway, at about Milepost 37, called “The Wye.” It’s the fork in the road where, when driving south from Anchorage, you decide whether you’re going to Seward (end of the road) or Sterling and points beyond. You cannot get to either of those destinations without passing the Wye, and when you reach that point of decision, it’s critical that you are paying attention. Three men traveled north from Seward, heading home to Sterling. They jawed and laughed about their long day’s fishing trip, bemoaning all the salmon that got away—including those of…