Minority Voices Are Like Minor Prophets – They Get to the Point Quicker

Southern Baptists are a kerfuffle waiting to happen. Despite great volunteers who scatter the planet to aid in the aftermath of natural disasters, it only takes one comment to create an occasion to show off our penchant for conflict. Think Hank Williams Jr., ESPN, and music.

Recently the SBC … Continue reading

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The Life and Art of Vincent Van Gogh

For some time I have been interested in Vincent Van Gogh. I recently discovered a series of videos which constitute part of a docudrama co-produced by Jim Belcher.

One of my first considerations of Van Gogh came via Len Sweet’s book, Soul Salsa. Len pointed up the Church … Continue reading

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Les Miserables – I Am Giving You Back to God

Sometimes a scene in a movie comes along that grabs your imagination and grips your sense of a deep subject. If you have not seen Les Miserables, let me suggest you let this short clip pique your curiosity to the point of a rental or a purchase. It caught … Continue reading

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Road Trip … Day 1 …

I35ok"On the road again." When Patty and I moved to Dallas in 1985 we often made the trip north on I-35 to OKC. Christmas. Thanksgiving. Birthdays. Special Events. Funerals. Regular were our trips. We often sang that line from an old Willie Nelson song, "On the road again, just … Continue reading

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