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Othello, Act II

We begin Act II with two gentlemen and Montano, who represents Venice in Cyprus. The three look out to the ocean, where a terrible storm has likely destroyed the Turkish fleet (so much for that plot point). 1,037 more words

Dead White Guys

Did it.

Despite how troublesome life can be, I am always excited to see where I end up. It’s this enthusiasm that abates the small voice in my head that says I can’t do it. Clearly, I have.

Keeping It Real

Prayer For December 17th

Hello, Friends! Here is the prayer for today…

Our Father,

We come to you today and Lord, there are so many hurting in the world. There have been so many tragedies in the news…the school children killed in Pakistan… The people who were held hostage in Australia… There are many dealing with natural disasters, terror and war, persecution, illnesses, financial difficulties, death and loss and we are so profoundly aware that this world is so in need of a Savior…we all are so in need of what only Jesus can give. 588 more words


Othello, Act I

And we’re back! Today we begin our discussion of Othello. Feel free to follow along here if you haven’t had a chance to read. 1,030 more words

Dead White Guys

No Peace.

Luke 6: 26-38  “There’s trouble ahead when you live only for the approval of others, saying what flatters them, doing what indulges them.  Popularity contests are not truth contests- look how many scoundrel preachers were approved by your ancestors!   730 more words

War Is Over If You Want It

Tears today. 34 years gone. Gun violence is still rampant in the USA.

He sang about peace just 11 years earlier but, if 2014’s taught us anything, it’s that  114 more words


Surviving day to day upheavals

There is a great preoccupation these days with reality television; shows that delve right into the middle of the most destructive elements – great storms, twisters, typhoons; hurricanes, and lets not forget the incredible air crash investigation; a televised series which was enough to give me a permanent terror of ever getting onto a flight to anywhere ever again! 729 more words