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  1. Linn says:

    It’s Halloween here at school today, which means it’s crazy-especially because it’s the first Halloween in two years. Homeroom teachers sponsor a party. I don’t have a homeroom,but I did have bingo boards and little prize bags ready to go for bingo in class today, except the kids were much happier watching Halloween cartoons. So, I was planning to put the stuff away until next year, but I bumped into my co-teacher after lunch who was trying to put together a bingo and prizes for her homeroom (she hadn’t been told about all the stuff she needed). I took her to my room, presented her with my unused stuff, and she’s happy! I’m happy because I’ve been looking for more ways to connect with people. God is good!

  2. Michael says:


    You made an excellent application…

  3. Em says:

    So glad to see excerpts from the books you’ve written, Michael!
    Over the years i have often thought that caring for animals cam give us much good instruction.
    When my grandfather had animals (horses & cows) he never sat down to eat a meal until he’d been to the barn to take care of the livestock. A strong Christian, he believed that was what God expected of an animal caretsker.

  4. Michael says:

    I think your grandfather had it right…

  5. EricL says:

    The best stories should always be repeated so that we don’t forget them. Thanks for bringing this one back. So much to apply: being available, helping those in need, being a witness through our actions as well as our words…
    Good stuff here.
    God stuff.

  6. Linnea says:

    Thanks for sharing this, Michael- a wonderful blast from the past and like Eric L. said…God stuff.

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  8. Paige says:

    So sweet…. life teaches us so much, if we have ‘ears’ to hear….

  9. Em says:

    Paige, yes and amen, by God’s grace and The Holy Spirit. 🙏

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