Monthly Archives: April 2010

for the love of Maps: a post offered in gratefulness to my father

for the love of Maps: a post offered in gratefulness to my father I love to travel. Going for a walk. Riding my bike to the grocery store. Running a marathon. Driving into the City for dinner or a play … Continue reading

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Are there still two Americas?

Are there still two Americas? “Let’s see what kind of society we can create if we invest in these children who are living in the margins.” Do you have a free 45 minutes? Me neither. Do you ever sit in … Continue reading

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All shall be well . . . (part 2)

You may have read my cross-post over at http://www.robmoll.com a few week’s ago. He is a friend and author who writes about death and dying and illness and how we apply our values to these experiences. As part of an … Continue reading

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almost everything can be repaired . . .

almost everything can be repaired . . . Own an iPhone? Ever dropped it? Check out this article from TUAW (The Unofficial Apple Weblog). Just a few days before the article was published, my iPhone looked just like the picture … Continue reading

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Christ: Victor for All Creation

I originally contributed this to our church’s electronic newsletter. In case you’re interested, feel free to peruse the web site and visit the e-news archives: http://www.allsouls.com. The Cavalletti quote seems to be such an appropriate piece for the Easter Season … Continue reading

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Jon Acuff Guest Post

Some time last year, a neighbor-friend who blogs (Shelly at mylifeonthewildside.blogspot.com) introduced me to Jon Acuff. Well, not in person, but she introduced me to his blog: http://www.stuffchristianslike.net Jon is an amusing guy. I’ve been reading his blog ever since. … Continue reading

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