Monthly Archives: April 2012

Explaining the Great “I AM”

        “I’m a piece of clay trying to explain to other pieces of clay what the Potter is like.”  Francis Chan     I came upon this Francis Chan quote the other day. For me it had the ring of truth. It was … Continue reading

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Life v. Power

    About four years ago my eyes were opened to what I’ve come to view as the signature evil of this secular age: abortion on demand. A close friend of mine went to work for an organization that ministered to young women who were struggling with the decision to either … Continue reading

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Old Dudes: Anniversaries, Numbers and The Persistence of Temporal Obsessions

   I’m not doing this aging thing at all well. I don’t mind getting old, I just hate looking old and feeling old. In my mind’s eye I continue to look as I did 6 or 7 years ago–and then I catch … Continue reading

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