Month: December 2011

Friday Photo – Getting My Leg(o)s

Cohen began to get the hang of walking right around Thanksgiving. A couple of weeks later we took a trip to the mall to snap some photos with Santa. Once he discovered his walking legs, we are finding it hard to keep up with him. Walking around the mall … Continue reading

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Christian Identity – Guest Post from The Ex-Reverend

Evidently The Ex-Reverend found yesterday’s lunch conversation worthy of reflection. For those who know Greg it may come as a shock that he is not really pining to pound the Church and Christians at every turn. But, he is not letting the Church or Christians off the hook easy … Continue reading

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Question from The Ex-Reverend

Over lunch today my friend The Ex-Reverend noted that he would ask Christian churches not having worship on Sunday, “Why?”

I found this an interesting question. And, it demonstrates a genuine interest in understanding. So many think the motive is always to undermine and undercut Christianity, Christians, and “the … Continue reading

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Christmas As Therapy for the Church

Would Christian churches cancel services on Easter Sunday? Are you kidding? That would be akin to the United States canceling Independence Day celebrations. Question many Christians’ celebration of those two events and said group would “Occupy” in a way that would make the Arab Spring merely a blip on … Continue reading

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Unexpected

Sometimes the unexpected events in our lives need to be given time to settle over us. Too quick to fit them neatly into our own personal stories we may miss the way in which they challenge us. Listening to  Chris Heuetrz (sidebar video) describe one of those unexpected events … Continue reading

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