One of my favorite passages of scripture is Isaiah 40:31 “but they who wait for the LORD shall renew their strength; they shall mount up with …

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Who do you trust? Let’s face it, with our instant access to information and misinformation, who knows what is real and what is fabricated?

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Mountain Iron Senior Citizens Building

We live in a world that never slows down. If you’re not getting ahead corporately, financially, and socially, then you’re falling behind. We’v…

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Many people today long for “autonomous freedom” where they are accountable to only themselves. That is reflected in statements such as “I have…

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I had an exciting evening last Monday. I had lots of things to do…a byproduct of moving at a break neck turtle’s pace most of the day complica…

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Rocky, barren hillsides. Blades of grass scattered amidst the rocks. This is not the scene we typically imagine when reading or hearing Psalm …

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As I write this column, I am at Camp Wilderness Boy Scout Camp near Park Rapids. For the past twenty years I have spent two to three weeks eac…

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On July 4, 1776 the Second Continental Congress ratified the Declaration of Independence. This monumental document laid out the reasons why th…

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This time of year is always so lively. Summertime is a time for new growth in so many different ways. Farmers plant crops in their fields to g…

We’re in a time of deep thankfulness for our very lives. When I heard the phrase “the oil of gladness”, I was very curious what it meant and w…

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Pastor Jones decided that a visual demonstration would enhance his Sunday sermon. He placed four worms in four separate jars. The first worm w…

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What makes contemporary American society so afraid of suffering? Is it that our luxury has grown so rich that we have become soft? Maybe it is…

The Hibbing Community Senior Center is in the Hibbing Memorial Building at 400 E. 23rd St.

The Hibbing Community Senior Center is in the Hibbing Memorial Building at 400 E. 23rd St.