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Dave Clutter

A father’s love

I love you Son, and I’m praying for you.                                      -John Clutter Words delivered me by my dad every time we parted ways. Though dad is home in Heaven, his words and who he was, remain very real and present to me.  When my dad left, it became clear immediately clear that I never truly conveyed to him what…

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Surrender to God and don’t worry

From time to time we all need a wake up call.  Mine came this week when I found myself grumbling over things and circumstances that I have no control over.  I am a worrier, and that for me, can translate into impatience, frustration and even anger.  Thankfully I have an ultra patient wife that God uses to speak truth into my life. I…

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Vet Etiquette

Are there things to say, or perhaps, not say to your veterinarian?  Apparently, yes.  I have two dogs and both are due for a routine check up.  Interestingly and ironically, I stumbled across an article concerning proper etiquette when it comes to interaction with your vet.  Read up as you prepare to take your precious pooch…

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Homework???

As a kid, my opinion of  homework was pretty clear, I didn’t like it, and in some cases, I just blew it off. While I certainly don’t recommend this behavior, fact is, getting kids to do homework can be a challenge for some families.  There are, however, things you can do proactively encourage your kids to do their homework

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Listen to God

I’ve lived a good chunk of my 51-years learning some very difficult lessons.  I might add, with gratefulness to God, some very valuable lessons.  While we all face lessons to be learned, most come out of choices made, good or bad.  I’ve made some choices out of fear, rebellion and unforgiveness.  I’ve also made choices based…

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Rising negative tide towards Christians

As a kid back in the 60’s, my Sunday school teacher Earl Palmquist said to something to me that I’ve never forgotten. It’s a long time ago, but I have a vivid memory of that morning in the basement, by the kitchen at Brooklyn Center Baptist Church.  Mr. Palmquist told our class, there will come a day, perhaps in…

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Drowning in the desert

Are you drowning in the desert? Are you parched for someone to listen, yet flooded with communication from TV, the internet, radio, and smart phones with email, texting, and constant torrents of social media?

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