Monthly Archives: November 2006

Our Work in India

CBF has this article posted about our work in India.  The Frankovich’s will be here this Sunday to share what they are doing.

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Christian Nation?

Allelon has a great thread relating to Greg Boyd’s "the myth of a Christian nation." 

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Jinny in the News

I opened my paper this morning and saw my wife’s beautiful mug on the front page corner, leading me back to this article. 

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Rockets Over The Red

Wow. This is the best fireworks show I’ve seen, topping Disney World. This video isn’t very much of the show, but was about as much as the camera on my phone would handle. Enjoy. By the way, I’ve about had … Continue reading

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Chillin with the Kids

I managed to get over the crud enought to get out of the house for a while. We went ice skating (I forgot how hard this is on the ankles) at the seasonal rink recently opened under the pavilion in … Continue reading

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Turkey Lurkey

Wow! The wife has outdone herself. We just ate lunch and it was delicious–candied yams, stuffing, cranberries, angel biscuits (my mom’s recipe), salad, and the world’s best turkey–Greenberg Smoked Turkey. I grew up eating Greenberg turkeys in Tyler, TX and … Continue reading

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Bibles for Hunger

This is funny, but comes close to the truth of how we think sometimes.

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Preaching to Postmoderns

Joel Gregory has been said to have the “voice of God.” He is one of my favorite preachers, though one one not heard much since he stepped down from FBC, Dallas. He left the publishing business (ChiliPepper Magazine) and is … Continue reading

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Newsweek’s Politics of Jesus

I picked up the recent Newsweek about “The Politics of Jesus.” I found the articles on the topic to be a fresh presentation of the movement within evangelicalism to broaden the scope of issues they give their voice to in … Continue reading

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