Monthly Archives: January 2016

Strategies

I just read this December article from Dan McLaughlin at the Federalist. What a great read. He is talking military strategy and applying it to the election cycle. On that level alone I am totally in tune; but I have … Continue reading

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I’ll Answer That

Why I we turning to bots to carry on conversations? They are never tired, irritated, sick or confused. They do their best each time every time. Yet, any human encounter carries with it all of the risks that go along … Continue reading

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Just Thinking

Microsoft has a big hit with XiaoIce on social networks in Asia. The “bot” is trained in chatter and thus able to be entertaining while answering questions, as Cortana does here. The wired magazine says it has over 40 million … Continue reading

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SJW’S

So I finally took the time to look for a definition of SJW. I kind of intuitively knew it was the other side of the spectrum in which I exist, but I didn’t even know what the letters stood for. … Continue reading

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Sermon

  Time and Chance In 1920 a couple gave birth to a beautiful baby girl. Carol was described by her mother: “Mine was a pretty baby, unusually so. Her features were clear, her eyes, even then, it seemed to me, … Continue reading

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Time and Chance

Joan and I were returning home after preaching in Wickenburg. We were in a crowded Phoenix airport Starbucks when I noticed something out of place with the corner of my eye. I looked again to see two heads on one … Continue reading

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January Conference 2016

January Conference 2016 This conference encouraged me. Last summer’s conference spoke to exactly what I was undertaking with “one minute bible studies”. Pastor Stevens preached pastor as entrepreneur, Pastor Golobev preached on trying new things and Pastor Greg Mitchell told … Continue reading

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