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Roy Larson
Educator. Cook (not chef). Gardner. Writer. Reader.
Educator. Cook (not chef). Gardner. Writer. Reader.

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Kicking it off with one of my best desserts ever

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Fan Favorite Fruit Cobbler
Peach Pineapple Cobbler Some people love cobbler. Some people hate it. In nearly thirty years of work, church, and social potlucks with hungry people everywhere saying, “Rusty, bring dessert,” I’ve never come home with leftovers from this super-simple recip...

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The first part of my new blog.

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Last week, DARPA issued a press release touting a 28-year-old paralyzed person’s ability to “feel” physical sensations through a prosthetic hand. 

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Joy Fills
Isaiah 6:1-4, 8-11 Psalm 126 1 Thessalonians 5:16-24 John 1:6-8, 19-28          After the
first few days beginning the exploration of joy, we read scriptures that
revealed the anticipation of the coming of the Lord truly cut both ways.
Anticipation can poss...

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Advent: December 11
Psalm 126 Habakkuk 2:1-5 Philippians 3:7-11          The tone changes
as we begin the week pondering the joy we expect at Christ’s return. Also
common across the passages this week, though, is a sense of dread for some at
the accompanying calamity that is s...

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Advent: December 10
Psalm 27 Malachi 2:10-3:1 Luke 1:5-17          Why then are
we faithless to one another?          Malachi goes
there, finally, on the last day of the week examining peace. The bulk of Bible
text serves two purposes: 1) telling us how to get along with one a...

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Advent: December 9
Psalm 27 Isaiah 4:2-6 Acts 11:1-18          Isaiah presents
one of the various pictures in the Old Testament of the eternally restored
Jerusalem, with the people resting in the shadow of God’s presence. There is no
need, no distress, only one of the purest ...

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Advent - December 8
Psalm 27 Isaiah 26:7-15 Acts 2:37-42          Dictionary
definitions indicate that [i] peace
is the normal state of affairs for nations and peoples. Headlines, social
media, day-to-day live seem filled with disturbance. It may not be war, but it
certainly i...

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Peace Follows
Isaiah 40:1-11 2 Peter 3:8-15 Mark 1:1-8          This week I
have had very little [i] peace (D6) as I sought peace in the
scripture passages for the week. Close examination was not getting me there,
and neither was any word analysis. I finally figured it o...
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