Monthly Archives: June 2008

Tent Raising

Today was tent raising day for our conference here in Prescott. This effort is spearheaded by about 30 Navajo’s pastored by Artie Aragon from Chinle. They had just finished tearing a tent down for their own crusade the night before … Continue reading

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Trip

One of the shocks of my Portland visit was the closing of Pilgrim Discount Bookstore. I had done business with Roger for years while working at Biblesoft. He consistently had the lowest prices in the country for PC Study Bible, … Continue reading

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Chris and Heidi

Joan was able to spend a few days with Chris and Heidi Connors, her brother, just outside of Eugene. I spent a day and a half in between revivals. We showed up had a wonderful steak barbeque, played baseball, roasted … Continue reading

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Up the Back side of CA and OR

Still writing from the University of Nevada Reno library while the girls are preparing the bride for Justin and Patricia’s wedding. After a too short visit with my daughter Brooke in Reno, we headed for Portland via Susanville, Klamath Falls, … Continue reading

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From the Start

I am taking a short break towards the end of our road trip to make a few posts, hopefully. We left Monday, June 2nd. I was able to bring Joan with me on this trip, it will be the last … Continue reading

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Father’s Day

 Here is an interesting article about how our politics effect our behaviour. Here is the opening statement: George Orwell once wrote that politics was closely related to social identity. ‘One sometimes gets the impression,’ he wrote in The Road To … Continue reading

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Sunday Thoughts

I was reading a debate between William Craig of reasonalble faith and Bart Ehrman about whether or not there is historical evidence for the resurrection of Jesus. The obvious answer is yes because of the written gospels are certainly historical … Continue reading

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