Monthly Archives: June 2014

Thoughts on the World Cup. . .

. . .and what’s wrong with American football. I’m amazed at how much I’m enjoying the World Cup matches and the amount of time I’m devoting to watching them. The excitement continues even when I’m in the car as I … Continue reading

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Sins R Us

I’ve thought about suggesting that to Pastor Joel for a new cutting edge name for our church. “A Church Distributed” is getting kind of passe—or perhaps “Believers Behaving Badly” would suffice. I got to thinking about this again when I … Continue reading

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“God don’t need the Money. . .”

“God don’t need the money, but you need to give.” Pastor Joel C. Hunter Pastor Joel said those words in a sermon back about 15 years ago. It was one of those truths so obvious, and yet so often missed, … Continue reading

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Dying to Selfies

“He not busy being born, is busy dying.” Bob Dylan ~ from It’s All Right Ma (I’m only bleeding) My moment-to-moment life as a dysthymic pretty much resembles a series of fuzzy, out-of-focus, black and white selfies. Dysthymic Disorder is … Continue reading

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Packing Heat

The score was U.S.A. 8,875 ~ U.K. 58, and the crowd madly cheered: “USA. . .USA. . . USA!” Well, buckaroos I guess we won that one big time. We out shot them 153 to 1. The Brits never stood … Continue reading

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