Shepherd meets his Gigi

The Spirit of Adoption

Posted by on Mar 25, 2016 in Bible Study

Long time no see. Maybe one day I’ll become a better blogger. But on this good Friday, my heart is full and I have to spill some of it. My family and I just got back from DFW International Airport where we welcomed my son-in-law, daughter, and brand new adopted grandson home.

Jesus and Christmas

Jesus Conquers the Pagans

Posted by on Dec 23, 2014 in Bible Study

‘Tis the season to be jolly… or is it? About this time every year, some Christians celebrate the holidays, some non-Christians celebrate the holidays, some Christians declare it evil paganism, some non-Christians are perplexed on why some Christians don’t celebrate a Christian Holiday, and some Christians are just perplexed about what to do. So the …

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Taking the Challenge!

Challenge Accepted!

Posted by on Aug 28, 2014 in Bible Study, Charities

As this ALS ice bucket challenge continues to go viral, I am seeing more and more negative posts about it… most of which are from fellow Christians. This isn’t happening just a little. It seems every day there are a flood of anti-ALS bucket comments surfacing.

Seven Samurai (1954)

I Kurosawa That Coming!

Posted by on Feb 12, 2014 in Film Review
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One of my all time favorite film-makers is Akira Kurosawa. Although his films are slower paced than most Western viewers prefer, his films are so deep and robust. He submerged you into his characters and built plot mechanisms which are now iconic in story telling. It is sometimes said, that every story which can be …

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Earthrise as seen by Apollo 8

Saving 1968

Posted by on Dec 24, 2013 in Miscellany, Technology, Uncategorized
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When most people today think of the Apollo Moon program they instantly think of Neil Armstrong taking that giant leap for mankind as he stepped on the Moon, however I think my favorite of the Apollo missions was Apollo 8. Today marks the 45th anniversary of that historic flight around the moon. Although they did …

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