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Thoughts on Narratives

There are lots of ways to preach a passage of scripture.  One is to put the narrative into a formula such as this: Give it a title; identify a thesis, make three points, preferably alliterated, and find other stories to illustrate. 375 more words

Say & Slay the Giants

Today’s sermon gives Rev. Babooram’s take on the well-known story of David and Goliath from 1 Samuel 17. We have all heard this story before, from Sunday School onward, but today we learned that David succeeded over the giant because of three factors: 54 more words


Tricks and Trumps #4: Modern Trick Taking Card Games (1996-1998)

This is our fourth entry in an eleven-part series featuring trick taking games.  This entry will focus on trick taking games from 1996 to 1998.  During this era, game designers, primarily out of Germany, were putting their own creative twists on the genre, leading to games that no longer resembled the public-domain tricksters of the past.   4,995 more words


Sermon: The Good News of the King in the Conquest of Goliath 1 Samuel 17:41-58


  1. The Lord of Armies is greater than all earthly powers
  1. The Lord delivers His people through His messiah
  1. The Lord saves for the glory of His name…
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Facing Giants

“For as he thinks in his heart, so is he.”~Proverbs 23:7 (NKJV)

I am a list maker.  I create lists of items I need to buy, places I need to go and things I need to do.  678 more words

[Book Review] The Tipping Point by Malcolm Gladwell

Zy Marquiez
July 21, 2016

Malcolm Gladwell is an interesting author of a few thought-provoking books.

In Blink, which was his best book by far, Gladwell did an exceptional job of buttressing his thesis with some very convincing evidence.  307 more words