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February 28 / Deuteronomy 31-34

Deuteronomy ends on a melancholy note. Moses is old and the time has come to transfer leadership to Joshua. In front of all the people Moses charges Joshua: “Be strong and courageous! 498 more words

Blogging Through The Bible

The majority ARE WRONG!

Just because you are outnumbered does not make you wrong. Negativity seems to breed negative thoughts into others. It spreads like a disease. Last night I watched a police drama that the force were dealing with a terrorist who was creating a form of bird flu that he intended to decimate the population of the world with. 710 more words


Location, Location, Location

The blog has been silent for exactly one month, primarily because I’ve been involved in gearing up for a new ministry position. My call has taken me to Kansas, and so this is my first blog posted outside of Kentucky! 1,264 more words

Public Theology


Montgomery Clift’s Chuck Glover, a modern man, finds himself in the midst of a dated landscape with a forward-thinking mind-set, making him a very commendable cinematic character at the centre of this wonderful 1960 modernity drama from Hollywood master director Elia Kazan. 448 more words


through the eyes of a grasshopper


 We seemed like grasshoppers in our own eyes, and we looked the same to them.


God brought the Children of Israel out of Egypt – to the brink of His promised land. 389 more words


2015 Lent 6

Deuteronomy 9:4-12

Today we are confronted with another passage to which a skeptic might respond, “Aha!  You see there?  This shows God as a harsh taskmaster.” 500 more words

Lent 2015

The Choice is Ours

     Every day we get to make choices.  We make choices about what we eat, where we go, what we see, and what we do.  Many of the choices we make seem to only be for that moment, and then they are gone.  278 more words