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Make your bed – life lessons from SEAL training

U.S. Navy admiral and University of Texas, Austin, alumnus William H. McRaven returned to his alma mater last week to give seniors 10 lessons from basic SEAL training when he spoke at the school’s commencement.  Admiral McRaven is commander of the … Continue reading

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Britain goes secular – can it be?

The Telegraph, a London newspaper , carried the following story dealing with the state of “religion” in Britain.  Unfortunately I did not find it surprising and wonder if there is any essential difference between what is pretty obvious in Britian … Continue reading

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Beware What You’re Buying Into

Here is another repost of an article by James Emery White at his Church & Culture blog.  It is a clear reminder that we need to think very carefully and clearly about what we believe and just why we believe … Continue reading

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A Bit of Sanity Prevails

Ever so often some good news happens on the national scene.  Here is an example.  RMF New Rugged Cross Judge rules in NYC memorial case By Louie Christensen Mark your calendars: March 28, 2013, the day a federal judge took … Continue reading

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