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Black Lives Matter, part 1

Black Lives Matter. There I’ve said it.  As a white evangelical, I think it is time that more of us begin to say it. It shouldn’t be seen as anything heroic, but it will cause some to push back. I … Continue reading

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And The Brokenness Remains

    “Jesus wept.” This verse found in John 11:35 is the most poignant sentence ever written.  Two words, expressing one idea, boiled down to the simplest of words. A poem contained in a subject and a verb. The implications … Continue reading

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A Little Self-Depricating Humor for Wednesday…

It is Wednesday.  The middle of the week.  Many of your favorite shows are probably over for the summer.  The NFL is still in a lockout.  Gas is still high.  And the political landscape is still, well, the same as … Continue reading

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My Short Take on a Long Subject…

A lot of things are being written about social media, its impact, and its value these days. I’ll add my short take on a long subject and give a simple opinion to a complex issue. Throughout history, every great leap … Continue reading

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2010 in review

The stats helper monkeys at mulled over how this blog did in 2010, and here’s a high level summary of its overall blog health: The Blog-Health-o-Meter™ reads Wow. Crunchy numbers A Boeing 747-400 passenger jet can hold 416 passengers. … Continue reading

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An Angelic View of Christmas

Along with Luke 2, A Cosmic Christmas by Max Lucado, has become one of our family Christmas traditions. You might find it under the title An Angel’s Story. A Cosmic Christmas might have sounded too wacky for the publishers, I’m … Continue reading

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The Art of War or is it The War of Art?

Children are by their nature sinners.  They inherited it from Adam, their first father.  It is his fault.  Since they too have been compromised completely from the Fall, they like their father Adam, will try from time to time to … Continue reading

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