Monthly Archives: April 2011

Favorite Easter Film

It has to be “James Tembo, Detective”; you can watch it on Godtube.

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Easter’s Coming

We have had such a great combination of sermons and Sunday schools that I think will make this Easter special for out church. Viewing the special place of a meal in the ministry of Jesus is fairly easy to spot … Continue reading

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Projects: A Solution

I read this recap of a talk by Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak in which he expanded on some of his thoughts about one of his passions: public education. He is a believer in projects and I think having projects is not … Continue reading

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Something’s Different

I have lived here in Sparta for almost three years now. I have knocked on every door in town or put a flyer on the door a couple of times now. I would say most people are non-caring with a … Continue reading

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Freedom to Choose, Sometimes

Democrats said no to school choice for Washington DC students. Republicans made free choice part of the budget deal last night. I agree it is a good thing for students.

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Short Timer or Short Sighted?

Reiko asked her high school principal if she could start a bible club at school. He said no because of separation of church and state. When Reiko told me his response I had to laugh. I think the real issue … Continue reading

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Dylan Slips in a Message

There is a term called “guerilla art”. It is finding revolutionary ways of expressing yourself. One of the masters of this over the years has been Bob Dylan. He found a way of speaking to China despite the official censors … Continue reading

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Difficult Faith

I preached from Hebrews 11 Wed. night. This is the “faith” chapter. We have been praying for Bethany Huddleston and family after a car accident. Faith is not a magic wand that we wave and automatically get the things that … Continue reading

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Chief for a Reason

I had my meeting with the Sparta Chief of Police yesterday. He handled the issue of the signs with a matter of fact common sense. He heard me out, understanding my intent, heard my take on my interaction with his … Continue reading

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“Unmanned Drones”

Mark Steyn says it all. Here are some clips: The difference is that Islam thinks our technological superiority doesn’t matter – because we’re unmanned drones in a more basic sense: we believe in nothing except the most transitory and dreary self-gratification, an endless … Continue reading

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