Clapping Resumes

When was the last time you clapped your hands? In the days before the COVID-19 pandemic we thought nothing of clapping our hands at concerts, sporting events and other gatherings. There’s nothing like showing your appreciation to a talented performer by clapping enthusiastically. Then the pandemic hit. Large gatherings came to a halt and so…

Battling Bigness

It was announced this week that Amazon would be buying MGM Studios, the second-largest acquisition in Amazon’s history. The deal once again raised antitrust concerns related to Amazon as the company continues to gobble up companies in a wide variety of industries. Back in March, the AP’s Marcy Gordon had a very interesting article about the…

Sonogram of Unborn Beluga

In somber remembrance of the tragic Supreme Court decision legalizing abortion on this date in 1973, here is a link to a sonogram of an unborn beluga whale. It’s a powerful reminder of the beauty of life inside the womb. https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-9143289/Amazingly-clear-sonogram-video-shows-unborn-beluga-whale-calf-moving-mothers-womb.html?ito=chromelessDM_0 While unborn whales and other unborn animals may be projected by various laws, the…

The POBLO Harvest of Souls

With our recent wintry weather the farmers in southern Minnesota have had to hit the pause button with harvest. God-willing they will be able to resume the harvest soon. The harvest of souls sometimes encounters a pause. It seems now that our country is on a pause. Something is holding us back from harvesting as…

Between Groaning and Glory

Romans 8:18-27: For I consider that the sufferings of this present time are not worth comparing with the glory that is to be revealed to us. [19] For the creation waits with eager longing for the revealing of the sons of God. [20] For the creation was subjected to futility, not willingly, but because of…