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90-Day Chronological Bible Reading Plan

Maybe it was just typical end of the year anticipation…looking forward to a New Year, a re-set, and a fresh start. Or, maybe it was boredom….being outside of of our normal structures and routines. (I don’t do “rest” well.) Whatever the reason, as the end of 2019 approached, I found myself needing to rearrange furniture, organize all of the toys, clothes, and books, re-evaluate …

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The last two weeks have been a bit “off” around here. It started with my husband attending a funeral early last week…and coming home with pinkeye. A birthday (mine). Shopping for and preparing food for our church’s men’s retreat (which, ultimately, ended up being cancelled). A good, but too-late night at church on Wednesday…which lead to an even later-night conversation about …

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Friday Favorites

A rather random collection of posts/links to peruse at your leisure this weekend…   If you are struggling with how to respond to the death of Osama Bin Laden (or, even if you aren’t), this post by one of my college professors, Dr. Will Varner will be of immense help in sorting though the issue from a biblical perspective: “Let …

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Friday Favorites

Some recommended reading for your weekend: Frank Turk’s Open Letter to Rob Bell on Pyromaniacs – Frank does a great job of pointing out the obvious, and addressing some of the glaring inconsistencies in Rob Bell’s book, Love Wins. Not really reading, but still worth your time an attention: This Panel Discussion from Southern Baptist Theological Seminary on…what else?! Rob …

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