Monthly Archives: July 2019

Stop, drop, and study

Ocassionally when reading the Bible, a phrase so captures my attention that I must stop, drop, and study it (if you’re of my generation, I bet you remember being taught to “stop, drop, and roll” if you ever catch on … Continue reading

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Inigo Montoya

I am the world’s expert on my own shortcomings (okay, my wife probably wears that dubious crown, but I’m in the top two). Because I’ve made a careful study of my thoughts and actions over a span of four decades, … Continue reading

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Bridging

I just heard a new term I like very much: bridging. The context is trying to make sense of what we’re taught in the Bible as it applies to our daily lives. The objective is to make sure that we’re … Continue reading

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An apricot tree in Pleasanton

I completed an internship at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) in the summer of 1996. My wife and I rented a 1960s era home in nearby Pleasanton, CA. My favorite feature of the small property was an apricot tree in … Continue reading

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