Monthly Archives: July 2011

British Airways Flight to London


As I write this, I’m thirty thousand feet over the Atlantic Ocean listening to Yossi Green’s 8th Note. Who’s Yossi Green? I have no idea. If I were on the ground, I’d probably look him up. But I’m thirty thousand … Continue reading

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The Puppy-Turtle Love Theory


“So he got up and went to his father. But while he was still a long way off, his father saw him…” (Luke 15:20a NIV) I want to offer my puppy-turtle-love theory for the ONE’s front-porch wait. Note the word … Continue reading

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I Do Declare


I love parties. And family gatherings. And fireworks. And crowds. Crowds? Yeah, even crowds. So on this 4th of July, a day of parties, gatherings, fireworks, and crowds, I make two declarations. Declaration #1: Today sucks! Bet that one caught … Continue reading

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What’s the Difference Between Want and Need?


“When he came to his senses, he said, ‘How many of my father’s hired servants have food to spare, and here I am starving to death!’” (Luke 15:17 NIV) I want. I need. Insert anything behind those two statements. I … Continue reading

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Are You Coming to the Picnic?


Brandon @ http://www.bigb94.wordpress.com  (by the way, what’s bigb94 mean?), by his comment to Wednesday night’s post, stimulated some deeper thinking in me. Let me put something in your mind based on that simple exchange. Think big picnic! Got that picture—hot … Continue reading

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