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Rudolph and Clarice

 Yesterday morning as my husband was leaving for work, he asked me a question, “Do you love me?” I was somewhat surprised by his inquiry and quickly assured him that I did. Strange I thought, “Why do you ask if … Continue reading
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Insight from @TheAtlantic

Boys on the side: Why college hook-up culture is an engine of female progress http://t.co/5B6HGChk #longreads — @TheAtlantic Continue reading

Laws of Life

Well I decided that I’d post a piece of writing I did last year and won an award for (got a whole $75.00!). The premise of the paper was to write about a law that you live by and the … Continue reading
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Sin boldly, embrace grace fervently!

(excerpts from  “Hidden in Plain Sight”, by Mark Buchanan  and Martin Luther:) “…life itself implicates us in sin and compromise: just getting out of bed this morning was act of thrusting a fallen man into a sin-wracked world, and some … Continue reading
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Confessions of an Infantile

It’s been a while since my last blog. Wish I could say I was too busy doing the Lord’s work and building relationships, but that’d be a lie. For the past year or so, I have been in rebellion with … Continue reading
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Vice City

I have always wondered what exactly it is in the Bible that Christians use to denounce marijuana.  I have never used it and have never wanted to, but I know that the word marijuana is not found in the Bible.  … Continue reading
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What’s in a Polity?

A Review of Perspectives on Church Government: Five Views of Church Polity. ed. C.O. Brand and R. S. Norman (Broadman and Holman, Nashville TN: 2004) This book is about five different views of church polity written from proponents of each … Continue reading Continue reading

The truth may scare you, but everyone loves a happy ending

When I come to that point I have a choice. The room is flooded with voices, energy vibrates throught limbs, those little white squares are chatting away through a smile that leads to a window of uninterrupted noise. It is … Continue reading Continue reading

Additional Thoughts on Reaching the Campus Tribes

Joel turned us on the the e-book by Benson Hines entitled: Reaching the Campus Tribes (www.reachingthecampustribes.com) and has been blogging about it (http://jhughes.neoblogs.org/2009/07/reaching-the-campus-tribes-review-part-2/). I just finished reading the book and thought it very worthwhile. Thanks Joel for searching this stuff out! … Continue reading Continue reading

Brain Bubbles aflowin’

   I must be blind but I am not finding my blog listed in the blog list – “Brain Bubbles”.  …..Anyway, I was having a sanguine brainstorm this morning as I was getting ready for the day.  I think a … Continue reading
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