Tag Archives: 1 John 4

Missing the Point of Father’s Day

(From the archives) *** Last Sunday was Father’s Day and my wife and I sat in church together listening to a guest speaker give a message about parents and children and God’s love. During the sermon a father was walking … Continue reading

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True or False – Rainn Wilson on ferreting out lies

[Here’s a post from my archives, dating back to the first week on the blog.] *** I’m told that Facebook is fun, informative, and even useful. You can’t prove it by me. I don’t have a Facebook account. Perhaps Mark Zuckerberg and … Continue reading

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“Whodunnit?” Don’t Be Such A Child!

[Yesterday I had the privilege of hosting Rachel Stephan-Simko here on my blog, and today she is running a guest post from me over at even one sparrow. Here’s the intro, and then you can click over to her place … Continue reading

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I Missed the Point at Church on Father’s Day

[Gloria Furman’s post at Domestic Kingdom last Sunday prompted me to write this.] *** Last Sunday was Father’s Day and my wife and I sat in church together listening to a guest speaker give a message about parents and children … Continue reading

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Rush to Judgment

[This is a piece I first wrote as a guest post for Rachel Stone last May. She and I were talking about courtroom processes, and one thing led to another until I got this down in writing and then (since … Continue reading

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A Classical Quest For Eternity

[Adriana at Classical Quest is re-running a post from my archives, concerning our lives in God’s eternity. Here’s the intro, then click over to read the rest. While you’re there, you can check out all the great insights Adriana brings … Continue reading

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All the Days of My Life in a Single Moment

Ian McLeod loves his son Cory. There’s nothing unusual about that. But he showed that love by taking a picture of him every day of his life for 21 years. Every single day. For 21 years. And then he created … Continue reading

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Falsity

I’m told that Facebook is fun, informative, and even useful. You can’t prove it by me. I don’t have a Facebook account. Perhaps Mark Zuckerberg and I will friend each other one day, but that day has not yet come. One thing … Continue reading

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