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Obviously, the right answer has been drilled into everyone. We get that right sometimes, somewhat. We plan to go to college, even if we don’t plan why to go to college. Guys plan to do all the fun stuff now before they … Continue reading
Working on the outline for a new book, tentatively titled, Why I left Conservatism and Why I’m not a Liberal. In a nutshell, it’s a call for followers of Yeshua to get on the same page about what and/or if … Continue reading
I don’t really have time to write this morning, but I’ve got some thoughts burning and I haven’t posted in two weeks. Sent out some material for group feedback, trying to fix one beta’s complaint that she didn’t feel she … Continue reading
You hear a lot of stories about the father or mother who grew up in an age, where they didn’t show emotion like we do. “I didn’t get many hugs or hear I love you very often.” Many of us, … Continue reading
[The following is a loooonng response I gave to someone who asked how I would do it if I could make an introduction to some students on the controversy of Intelligent Design theory, as contrasting with Natural Selection. Plus a … Continue reading
Throwing out some lessons to me, maybe you have some to add. #1 Thank the writer. It takes guts to open yourself up and say hit me with your best shot. Appreciate the human being who’s letting their guard down. … Continue reading
I’ve been a follower of Messiah by heritage since as long as I can remember, but I wouldn’t say I became a disciple until I was thirteen or so. My wife pointed out the other day that that coincides with my beginning … Continue reading
I say this as a confession first, that I have been an angry man most of my life. And as God changes me, my faith in His power grows. But I still get angry some days. But I confess, and … Continue reading
. . . singing in a vacuum. Awhile back, I was visiting Carissa Taylor’s blog, a guest blogger, Jessie Peacock, was discussing the overabundance of romance in YA fiction. By way of disclaimer, I read little YA (The Hunger Games is … Continue reading