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November 2012 Archives

The skeleton at the beauty parlor is retiring. I heard the news just the other day. Maybe it’s more accurate to say that the neighbors who every year at Halloween brush off that funny, old ensemble, positioning it strategically near […]

Theologian Jürgen Moltmann calls the church a story-telling fellowship, as Tom Long notes in The Witness of Preaching.  The church does not tell just any old story.   The church tells “the story of Christ, and its own story with that story, because […]

Louis CK once again has me laughing, this time with his rendition of Abe Lincoln on last week’s “Saturday Night Live.”  If you missed the clip, here it is again.  (Be forewarned: in typical Louis CK fashion, there is a good […]

Last night’s premiere of the new James Bond movie, “Skyfall,” was a sensation. The grand narrative of good versus evil unfolded in a quick-paced, suspense-filled string of high-speed car chases, jaw-dropping stunts, and gratuitous destruction. And, all the traditional eye […]

Here at the intersection between life and God, author Sandy Ralya recently wrote a kind response to my original review of her book, The Beautiful Wife.  (Thank you, Sandy!) Where I question Ralya’s challenge to Christian couples to have more […]

My suspicions, per yesterday’s post, appear correct: evangelicals remain by and large much in love with the Republican party.  In fact, they voted for a Mormon candidate, Romney, at the same, high levels of enthusiastic support that they showed in […]

After last night’s election victory by Barack Obama, the survey results regarding Christian voting trends are almost in- this according to one of today’s headlines from Religion Today, citing as its source the The Christian Post. Apparently, the post-election survey […]

Maybe some of you have asked that question.  Maybe you’re asking it today as we head to the polls to elect America’s next president. Well, I’m sorry to disappoint, because I don’t have an answer.  The truth is, I’m suspicious […]

Bob Marley’s “Redemption Song” seems fitting today as tomorrow we Americans head for the polls to elect our next president. I fell in love with this version of the song, compliments of the group, “Playing for Change.”  Enjoy!

New York Times best-selling author Michael Hyatt knows a thing or two about blogging.  More than 272,000 people subscribe to his blog on “intentional leadership.” Hyatt’s book, Platform: Get Noticed In a Busy World, contains all sorts of helpful tips […]