Monthly Archives: March 2007

Tony Campolo

I saw this video today of Tony Campolo being interviewed by George Stroumboulopoulos.  I have been a huge fan of Campolo going back to the days when my youth minister (Don Mapes) in my middle school days used Compolo video … Continue reading

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The Stirring of Young Evangelicals

I ran across this post recently about what is going on within the evangelical world in regard to things that have been on the front burner of progressives all along–social justice, peace activism, etc.  Rob Bell is mentioned along with … Continue reading

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Bowling inBroken Communities

"No more bowling alone" is a great mantra for restoring broken communities.  Grist has this idea posted, showing the need for community restoration as a way to combating global warming.  I agree but also am thinking of all the possibilities … Continue reading

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New Lamott Book

Salon has a new interview with this blogger’s top 5 authors, Anne Lamott.  I have been watching for a new book from her and learned that Grace is the new one and its coming soon.

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Art from sundays

This was done by the Painted Ladies of FBC. What a beautiful expression of Jesus comparing himself to a hen.

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St. Patrick’s Day

I have posted St. Patrick’s Breastplate Prayer here now for three years.  A link to last year’s is here. Salon has a good article debunking yet affirming St. Pat.

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Videocasting

If you are a new reader, know that I also post at the emergingfbc blog here.  I’m starting to run videocasts, an idea my brother gave me.  He got me into blogging and stays a step or two ahead on … Continue reading

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Spring has Sprung

These daffodils are popping up in my flowerbed and yard.  This is our first Spring in this house and it’s exciting to see what has been underground.  The house has been here since the 1920’s and there’s got to be … Continue reading

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Jesus Tomb

I heard all the hubbub last week and wanted to see what was all about last night on Discovery Channel.  The reports of some of those who had a chance to see it before it aired led me to believe … Continue reading

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Life Lessons from Phil not Bob

Phil Vischer, creator of VeggieTales, is interviewed by Out of Ur.  This time it is he, not Bob the Tomato, who shares a life lesson.  Great reading for anyone who can easily lose perspective.

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