Issue #117 — March 2014

Rick’s Reflections … Olympic Spirit

Perhaps you enjoyed watching the Winter Olympic Games like I did during the past couple of weeks. While I’m not a fan of all the sports featured (I wish I could warm up to curling), it is always impressive to see the level of skill and fitness...


Issue #116 — January/February 2014

Rick’s Reflections — Care for the Caregiver

Almost without fail, when I’m in an extended conversation with friends, neighbors or colleagues who, like me, are “baby boomers,” concerns are expressed about the challenge of caring for aging parents or other loved ones. Of course,...


Issue #115 — December 2013

Rick’s Reflections … Following God’s Call

The early-bird weekday Bible study group at my church is currently making its way through the book of Exodus. This morning, we read and talked about the early days of the Israelite’s 40-year journey through the wilderness after God led...


Issue #114 – November 2013

Rick’s Reflections … What happened to my stuff?!!

Sometimes my travel on behalf of Wheat Ridge Ministries can be more interesting than I’d like it to be. A couple weeks ago, I was in Texas and had a flat tire on my rental car in the middle of a rain storm. I learned that these...


Issue #113 – October 2013

Rick’s Reflections … From the Lone Star State

The newest member of our Wheat Ridge staff, Anya Knodt, is from Texas and like most Texans I know, she regularly reminds us of the many wonders of the Lone Star State. Since I just returned from a brief trip to Texas visiting Wheat Ridge friends,...

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