Monthly Archives: September 2015

Jesus Called us to Love the Poor – not Poverty

On a back wall of the chapel at Moody Bible Institute – where I graduated from college – tucked away and mostly ignored there are rows upon rows of slim plaques. On each plaque is inscribed the name of an … Continue reading

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Pete’s Dragon – And Teaching My Son Goodness

So I have a toddler – if you haven’t figured that out by now. I’m currently engaged in a discussion with my wife as to the right time to show our little man his first movie. We are of the … Continue reading

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“Lawrence in Arabia” – A Book Review

“Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.” George Santayana, Madrid Spain (16 December, 1863 – 26 September, 1952) Yes, I know – sorry – but the phrase remains true and at least I gave it the … Continue reading

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#Syria: Because I Have a Toddler Too

The Syrian civil war has become a war of numbers. When the violence becomes too ghastly we beat a hasty retreat to discuss the horror antiseptically; numbers are safer and cleaner. Ten million living away from their homes, four million … Continue reading

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