Monthly Archives: January 2012

The Un-Sightful Christian

Cal Thomas is a nationally syndicated columnist. The Washington Examiner just published one of his columns which really challenges me as a Christian to keep things in perspective. It reminds me that the Sovereign God of the universe still manages … Continue reading

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Congressman Frank Wolf — Faith in Action

The Washington Examiner just ran an article of Congressman Frank Wolf as part of their Credo series.  The interviews in this series explore the beliefs of those interviewed.  This interview was of interest to me because I have followed the … Continue reading

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Tebow Time

The following is a note Pastor Jim Abernathy of the Westwood Baptist Church, Springfield, VA, sent out to his distribution list. I’ve been fascinated by the media attention to Tim Tebow and his play as Quarterback for the Denver Broncos. … Continue reading

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David Mays: Wonderful On-Line Friend

David is at Home with the LORD For the last several years I have profited greatly from the efforts of David Mays.  I never met David in person and honestly can’t remember how I came to know about him or … Continue reading

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Leading Out of the Box in a Big Way

Leadership is always fascinating. It is  intriguing to observe and consider how some individuals, through their leadership, can have a huge impact on processes, organizations, and eventually on society in general. As a Christian I’m most interested in the challenges … Continue reading

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Faith in Action Produces Reaction

Anyone who is serious about their faith and demonstrates it in some public way opens themselves to criticism and abuse.  Many who take issue with open expressions of faith don’t hesitate to publicly denounce a person of faith for such … Continue reading

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Pondering Priorities

The following is a witty, interesting, and thought-provoking article by one of my favorite sports commentators, Norman Chad, who writes a syndicated column as the “Couch Slouch.”  I have a tendency to get too spun-up with regard to sports and to … Continue reading

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So What’s With Auld Lang Syne?

The following is an interesting article by Peggy Noonan on the New Year’s traditional song Auld Lang Syne. I love Ms. Noonan’s wit and being able to know a bit more about this well-known yet obscure song.  Ms. Noonan  is an … Continue reading

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Being an Unfashionable Christian

The following are some quotes from the book Unfashionable — Making a difference in the world by being different by William Graham Tullian Tchividjian (pronounced cha-vi-jin)(born July 13, 1972).  The quotes were selected by an on-line buddy, David Mays.  Tchividjian is … Continue reading

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