Author Archives: Kevin Riner

About Kevin Riner

child of grace, worshiper of Jesus, husband, father, Pastor of Village Church, author of Faith Debugged

Christmas Movie Game

It’s the most wonderful time of the year (for some). I’m not a Scrooge but Christmas was my favorite time when I was a kid. Then as I grew older, Halloween became my favorite. I still like Halloween but Christmas … Continue reading

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14 years… and counting!

One could write books full of words that can express the depth and breadth of love for another. I couldn’t begin to describe the feelings I have for Carrie nor would I think she could for her feelings toward me. … Continue reading

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Mowing the Yard (Old School)

Son: Daddy, can I mow the yard? Daddy: No son, you’re too little. Son: Daddy, can I mow the yard? Daddy: You can help push (or ride) Son: Daddy, can I mow the yard? Daddy: Yes! Son: Dad, I don’t … Continue reading

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Ducks Down On The Farm

Green Acres is the place to be. Farm livin’ is the life for me. Land spreadin’ out so far and wide Keep Manhattan, just give me that countryside. Both of us growing up in the country in farm-type settings (Carrie … Continue reading

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In Search of Our Father’s Garden, We Found Our Own.

I come to the garden alone, While the dew is still on the roses, And the voice I hear falling on my ear The Son of God discloses. We are almost at the end of our gardening season for this … Continue reading

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Aye Matey, We Be Treasure Hunting

As a school teacher, I get the privilege to stay home with Levi during the summer. However, along with that privilege comes the job of entertainment liaison. In other words, I had to keep him busy and entertained or he … Continue reading

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Corn Out Our Ears

The garden is in full swing. However the rain or lack thereof has caused a damper on it. We have offset our planting rows of corn so that different rows will be coming in at different times. The first couple … Continue reading

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