Monthly Archives: February 2006

Darfur Worsens

Refugee Crisis Grows as Darfur War Crosses a Border – New York Times Darfur Advertisements

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Pants on Fire

Yes, those are my pants, underwear, socks and shirt being shoveled into a trash bag by our local fire department. It was part of our excitement this week when the dryer caught on fire. Jinny happened to come in just … Continue reading

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Transfiguration

Raphael’s depiction of transfiguration of Jesus–the text for this Sunday, last of Epiphany

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The Meaning of Jesus

I just finished The Meaning of Jesus: Two Visions and must say it is one of the best books I have read on matters pertaining to who Jesus is and how we can know what we know about him. As … Continue reading

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From My Morning Paper

I read two things of interest in my morning paper: 1.) A great Thomas Jefferson quote: “It is in our lives, and not our words, that our religion must be read.” (Photo by Laurie L. Ward, on Star-Telegram Site) 2.) … Continue reading

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Solomon’s Porch

This is a recent article on Solomon’s Porch, which highlights some of the differences in approach from an attractional churches vs. missional churches. I recently read Church Reimagined by Solomon Porch’s Pastor–Doug Pagitt–and was challenged by the church’s dedication to … Continue reading

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Lake Como

Today’s Star-Telegram ran an excellent article on the Lake Como community in Ft. Worth. I was interested in it due to the fact that I just started doing a Meals on Wheels route there. It is also the community close … Continue reading

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