Monthly Archives: November 2009

“Finding Hope in the Stumps of Life”

http://vimeo.com/moogaloop.swf?clip_id=7903322&server=vimeo.com&show_title=1&show_byline=1&show_portrait=0&color=00ADEF&fullscreen=1 "Finding Hope in the Stumps of Your Life" from john henson on Vimeo. Advertisements

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Evangelism?

I'm still looking through notes on Surprised by Hope by N.T. Wright.  The Kindle has a a great way of highlighting notes and keeping a list of them online.  Surprised by Hope has produced a long list of memorable notes, … Continue reading

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The Hanging of the Green

Beautiful service and Advent start tonight

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Buechner on First Sunday of Advent

Tomorrow is the first Sunday of Advent and my favorite author waxes eloquently about it:   “The house lights go off and the footlights come on. Even the chattiest stop chattering as they wait in darkness for the curtain to … Continue reading

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Why dirt under our fingernails is a good thing

Representatives of several community organizations and businesses were on hand to teach students proper gardening techniques, recycling and healthy eating practices during 30-minute workshops. via http://www.shreveporttimes.com The quote above is from an article the Shreveport Times ran on Captain Shreve … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving List

Observing this day is difficult in many ways. But, I am making a list both to remind myself of God's provisions as well an expression of faith in God for the future.   Thankful today for:   The gift of 12 (almost … Continue reading

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Best Cam

I am using a new app–Best Cam–to take photos today. It’s quite handy and has some unique tools. The new Photoshop app is still my favorite.

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