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PBS’ The Great American Read Card Catalog Reviews- WEEK 4

In Search of the End of the Sidewalk has teamed up with the Berryville, Arkansas library for this summer’s “The Great American Read” with PBS. The goal for Berryville residents is to have one Card Catalog Review for each of the 100 books on PBS’ list. 107 more words

Book Musings

Five Finds on Friday: Deirdre Armstrong

Today’s Five Finds on Friday come from Deirdre Armstrong of Harvest Thyme Herbs, the  vegetable and herb farm, beloved by area chefs, that she founded with her husband Phil. 327 more words

The Shack, Hurting People, and the Sovereignty of God

Last fall, I skimmed through The Shack for a paper I was writing on the topic of the sovereignty of God. I went into that book prepared to disagree with much of what I read in those pages, as how could there be very much good or helpful material in a book that had such an odd portrayal of the Trinity and God himself? 1,143 more words


Adoption for all!

This is my sermon for Trinity Sunday2018.

Today marks the beginning of the second half of the Christian year when the focus changes over from Christ’s Career to our response to it. 1,209 more words


062418: The Lion

The squalls descended and the rain ravaged when he figured out he was lost again for the fifth time. He was so sure of where he was heading. 469 more words

The Shack

For Those Who Are Glad Father's Day is Over

I don’t know about you, but Father’s Day has become a strange day for me.

I no longer feel obligated to say anything to my abusive step-father since my mom divorced him a couple of years ago, so that’s good. 1,484 more words


The Shack (2017 movie)

You’re never as alone as you think.

So like, yesterday, I posted my book review for this story.  Now it’s the movie’s turn.

Again, just to recap the story, it’s about Mack, a father dealing with the horrific tragedy of having his daughter kidnapped and murdered.  543 more words