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Calling 911, by Andrew Joppa

Calling 911 By Andy Joppa   Mike frantically called 911. The officious voice of the 911 operator came on the line, “911, what is your emergency?”  Mike yelled, “Someone has broken into my house!” “Sir” came back her condescending voice, “…you must calm down…after all they’ve only broken into your house.” Taken back by her comment he said, “Only? …but…but…they’re …

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The Male Warrior, by Andrew Joppa

The Male Warrior by Andy Joppa   I wrote extensively on my Vietnam experience, especially the first night of the TET offensive in1968. Those became the defining hours of my life. My writing focused on my stark terror, believing as we all did, that two NVA (North Vietnamese Army) divisions were marching toward our poorly defended air base at Binh Thuy.  We …

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Putting Away Childish Things, by Andrew Joppa

“Putting Away Childish Things” by Andy Joppa   “When I was a child, I spake as a child, I understood as a child, I thought as a child: but when I became a man, I put away childish things” (I Corinthians 13:11). The apostle Paul’s admonition to believers is to put away childish things. Childish speaking, childish thinking, and childish reasonings are …

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