Monthly Archives: June 2008

You had to expect this

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Fewer Cars on the Road

Americans drove 30 billion fewer miles from November through April than during the same period in 2006-07, the biggest such drop since the Iranian revolution led to gasoline supply shortages in 1979-80. Drivers cut back by 30B miles – USATODAY.com … Continue reading

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Thoughts on Being the Good News as a Church

Prodigal Kiwi popped up first in my RSS feeder this morning and the title in the link below caught my attention.  Reading the post was a great way to start my day and a reminder of what we sometimes miss … Continue reading

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How Twitter is Replacing “Amen”

I’m always on the hunt for posts about the many uses of Twitter.  Todd Rhoades has the following post about folks who have found a use for Twittering during church.  Oh, come on, you know you check your email during … Continue reading

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Poverty in La.

We’ve got lots of work to do. Editorial: Poverty continues to hold La. back | ShreveportTimes | The Times

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Happy Fathers Day

My Dad

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Congratulations Are In Order

A team that included Shreveport students won the final competition at Cyber Camp, which ended Friday at Louisiana Tech University in Ruston.AdvertisementThe last contest, which required the students to wirelessly navigate a robot through the central area of campus, was … Continue reading

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