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November 2010 Archives

Insincere greetings

posted by Brad Stine

I got an e-card today from someone who I barely know that said how much I mean to them (and everyone else they sent this to in a mass e-card “I care about you blowout”) You know around the Christmas […]

Let’s get real

posted by Brad Stine

At the risk of sounding like a heretic, when I talk to people in church I like to use words that one might actually use in conversation on a regular basis outside of church with actual humans.   Is it […]

Don’t try this at home!

posted by Brad Stine

Every good show on T.V. warns the viewers that the amazing, unpredictable, exciting and dangerous thing they are about to do should never be attempted by the rest of us. These are trained professionals. There is though one major flaw […]

Say it or go hungry!

posted by Brad Stine

Last night was Halloween. For those of you unfamiliar with the holiday it’s a beautiful time of year where small children are encouraged to pretend to be someone else and come to the homes of strangers and ask for candy. […]

Previous Posts

Another year! or is it?
Around this time of year we always comment that another year has come and gone. But has it really? I mean we have arbitrarily created the calendar year based on the earth’s rotation around the sun or something to that effect. But just because it does rotate consistently doesn’t mean we had to ch

posted 5:18:06pm Dec. 30, 2014 | read full post »

Not much time left
There was a time in my life when Christmas smelled like fir trees and hot cocoa. There was a time when getting a “Twister” game would have been a treat. There was a time when I could count on my grandparents giving all my cousins and me a “book” that contained lifesavers of all varieties pac

posted 5:20:24pm Dec. 23, 2014 | read full post »

Reexamining Rudolph
I came across a classic Christmas song the other day and after examining the words I have come to realize how easily humans accept ideas at face value without scrutinizing them for philosophical and/or cultural flaws. The song I’m referring to of course is “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer”.

posted 7:34:05pm Dec. 18, 2014 | read full post »

Is Thanksgiving too "Commercial"?
During this Thanksgiving Holiday I believe it is important to take a moment to thank God for the little things that often get ignored or neglected in our hectic lives. Lots of football will be watched over Thanksgiving for example, which reminds us to take time and say a little prayer thanking God f

posted 8:32:17am Nov. 24, 2014 | read full post »

What is marriage for?
Hi my friends. With the Holidays once again upon us I think of the gratefulness I have for my wife who has walked with and put up with me for 22 years. That being said I stumbled upon this blog I wrote in Aug of 2009 which is 5 years ago. ( or 12 years ago if you believe in common core math) I

posted 4:11:41pm Nov. 18, 2014 | read full post »


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