Monthly Archives: April 2019

Boy interrupted

If you’ve studied the book of Job from the Bible, you might have been left with more questions than answers. If you haven’t read Job, here’s the CliffsNotes version. Job has a comfortable life. The devil requests to intervene and … Continue reading

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Nope

Let me offer you a snapshot of me and my wife, Christine, interacting in a common situation. I’m driving; she’s in the passenger seat. We’re on Providence Road in South Charlotte. We are crossing a busy overpass with entrances onto … Continue reading

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A year’s wage

Let’s look through a window in time to view an unusual scene. It happened nearly 2000 years ago in Bethany, which is east of Jerusalem in Israel. Six days before the Passover,¬†Jesus came to Bethany,¬†where Lazarus lived, whom Jesus had … Continue reading

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Join the Bones Brigade

While Oxford, KS was definitely not a hotbed of skateboarding innovation in the late 70s and early 80s, I still had a board and I remain a fan of this era’s pioneering creativity. I was recently watching Bones Brigade: An … Continue reading

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