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Reflect and Multiply

I wish I had saved a link to all the hundreds of heart felt blog posts from women paying tribute to husbands, fathers, brothers, sons, even doctors, pastors, and plumbers. 408 more words

Vox Day is a lost lamb...

This is a reblog of a post I wrote last year about another so called Christian from the gamer cult. Yet another wounded lamb all puffed up in wolves clothing, leading his little flock as far away from Christ’s love as possible. 849 more words

Calling out Dalrock

Unless one enjoys vicious  idolatrous cults that pervert both Christian values and masculine identity, one should not click on the link to Dalrock’s blog. 445 more words

The Mystery Questions

This article deals with the Game most of us play, using the framework of Transactional Analysis. I made the stuff as simple as possible, without losing the essential. 1,195 more words

Psychotherapy

Bottlenecking a Poe..

In the gaming world a Poe is a little malevolent wraith of negativity that really serves no useful purpose. They carry their souls outside of themselves in a lantern. 323 more words

Relating to God as a Friend

Sermon for Sunday, October 12, 2014
Eighteenth Sunday after Pentecost
Matthew 22:1-14

https://trinitynewton.files.wordpress.com/2014/10/10_12_14-sermon-mp3.mp3

In the parable we’ve just heard, we may be wondering – as Christians have wondered for centuries – “What is the wedding robe?”  We want to know, because whatever the wedding robe is, we want to be wearing it lest we be thrown into the outer darkness and weep and gnash our teeth.  1,255 more words

Sunday Sermons

Games People Play

Friday, October 3rd, 2014

Games People Play

Artist: Joe South

Year Released: 1968

Lyrics: 4.5 / 5

Award: Exceptionally Written Song

Notable Lyrics: Oh, we make one another cry, break a heart then we say goodbye, cross our hearts and we hope to die that the other was to blame. 

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