Month: October 2007

Priceless

I had lunch with my 4th grader this week. Has anyone else experienced this privilege? It’s pretty amazing to me that his lunchroom smells exactly like my 4th grade lunch room…a combination of pine-sol and tater tots…and I’m fairly certain it was the same lady spooning up the sweet corn niblets. Lots of noise as …

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The View

One of America’s greatest past times is enjoying a good scandal. Scandals produce TV ratings…increase newspaper circulation…and get hits on web sites. But media outlets are only responding to the demand for dirt, and the more salacious the details…the more public the athlete, actor, spiritual leader or politician, the better. In this “gotcha” voyeuristic society …

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A Good Year

As the day closes, so does another year of my life. This was number 42 for me. I learned today that I share a birthday with Evel Knievel. No point…just thought it was interesting. I like birthdays because it gives me a chance to look back over the past year and get a glimpse of …

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Always

A few weeks early to raise this thought for those who celebrate gratitude once a year, but if your heart is (or longs to be) filled with the pleasure of all the things that God has given (or withheld) then let me offer this challenge today. Think of some things for which you are thankful …

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Reliable Men

“And the things you’ve heard me say in the presence of many witnesses these entrust to reliable men who will be able to teach others also,” These words were spoken by Paul to one of his “men”, Timothy as he passed the torch of discipleship to his beloved apprentice. It’s a calling I have as …

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