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December 2009 Archives

As promised, I’m taking a break from the Interwebs for the remainder of the year. It’s been a great past couple of months here at the blog and I’m looking forward to 2010. In the meantime, enjoy this smattering of […]

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Everybody has their own tastes in Christmas ornaments. We have two trees at our house. One is a smaller tree and is filled with ornaments our kids have created over the years. They get to decorate this one all on […]

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Let’s do something fun. If today’s blog post is interesting at all, it will be up to you. Why? Because I want you to finish the following sentences in the comments section. ————- 1. The first Christmas present I remember […]

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For a relatively young pastor, Danielle Shroyer already has a pretty impressive résumé. She graduated from Princeton Divinity School. She has served as a youth minister, campus minister, and chaplain for a retirement community. She’s currently the pastor of Journey […]

Here’s the second half of my year-in-review blog recap. The first part was on Friday. Here are a few of the high points from July to this month. JulyI displayed some vintage ads that will give you the willies, followed […]

Who’s up for a year-in-review blog recap? OK, put your hands down. I’ve gained a lot of new readers in recent months, so this might be a great opportunity for you to find some of the stuff you may have […]

I’m not sure how to soften this with any measure of humility, so I’ll just be blunt. My friends at Preemptive Love Coalition (the folks behind Buy Shoes, Save Lives) are doing a special t-shirt promotion called “Be Like Jason.” […]

I’ve been in several discussions lately with friends about the importance of tradition when it comes to families and holidays. Unless your family traditions involve father-son fisticuffs and drunkenness, traditions are usually the kinds of things that bring people together, […]

I like Rachel Held Evans for several reasons. First, she reads my blog, and has for awhile. Second, she’s funny. I like funny. Third, we share a publisher — she has a book coming out from Zondervan this summer. Fourth, […]

So yesterday I spent a lot of my day being annoyed with Focus on the Family. I have mixed feelings about them as an organization. Through publications like Boundless and the now-defunct TrueU (I have written for both), they provide […]

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