Monthly Archives: April 2006

Darfur is Hungry

I noticed a small article in the back of my morning newspaper this morning about how the U.N. is having to cut back on food for the refugees in Darfur, lowering their calorie intake well below a daily amount for … Continue reading

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Why Bother with Church?

This is a question a lot of Christians are asking, according to a recent poll. ABP News has the story here. I have been thinking about the significance of this finding and how I have encountered the same thinking as … Continue reading

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Surfs Up

Surfing at work? Assuage your guilt here. web surfing

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Separation of Church and State

Good thoughts and helpful reminder for many of today’s issues, Brent Walker on separation of church and state; founding fathers, from Baptist Standard separation of church and state Religion First Amendment

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Earth Day

Earth Day has been around a while, but evangelical churches are just recently getting more involved. In the last year, the environment has received more focus and attention from mainstream evangelicals like Rick Warren, et. al. Recent articles about church … Continue reading

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A Pueblo Blessing

I found this blessing this morning while looking for some quotes for my monthly bereavement newsletter: Hold on to what is good even if it is a handful of earth. Hold on to what you believe even if it is … Continue reading

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Blackouts and God or the Girl

What a crazy day, with a sweltering, record-breaking heat of 101. I can take that heat throughout the summer, but it is a bit hard to endure without a proper ramp-up. The heat caused rolling blackouts, knocking our power out … Continue reading

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