Author Archives: Dented-Knight

About Dented-Knight

Peter Enns (aka - The Dented Knight) is a native of rural southern Manitoba, Canada. He is an ordained minister, the proprietor of LNE Web Services, father of four, grandfather of two, and life long husband of one. 

Gossip & Lies…

Wrongdoers eagerly listen to gossip;
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Testing, Testing…

I have never liked tests much, however, I believe tests can have value when used in the appropriate context. The purpose of a test is to confirm that the person or thing being tested meets a certain minimum standard of … Continue reading

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Roles…

I hear a lot of negativity about America in the news currently—about how the evil rich take advantage of the helpless poor, how privileged white men founded this nation in a manner that was designed to keep that power firmly … Continue reading

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Conflict…

Our house has often been filled with family, friends and food. I have noticed over the years that the one thing that can spoil a normally happy time together is when there is serious conflict between family members. Interestingly it … Continue reading

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Coincidence?

According to Merriam Webster, a coincidence is: “a situation in which things happen at the same time without planning—It was a coincidence that we chose the same week for vacation.” For those of us who believe in the sovereignty of God, I … Continue reading

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Patience…

Lord give me patience—and please hurry! This is not to be confused with the prayer of a young family practice physician attempting to start up an independent practice in a small town—in which case it would be spelled “patients”. Aside … Continue reading

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Getting Older…

Humanity has historically resisted aging. The search for the fountain of youth has been chronicled in human literature and art since the dawn of time. While most cultures reserve an element of respect and reverence for old age, it is … Continue reading

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