Atheist Converts; Game of Thrones Hopelessness; Government Horrors; and much more

Weekend Links Got to play some golf yesterday at a Young Life fund raiser.  My team was less than sterling but we received a reward for losing big — each of us received a copy of the Robert Duval movie, Seven Days in Utopia.  Haven’t seen it but think Duval is great in almost everything, … More Atheist Converts; Game of Thrones Hopelessness; Government Horrors; and much more

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Government Scandals and What the People of God Can Do

A couple of weeks ago, numbers began to spike on sales of my 2012 book, Picking a President: Or Any Other Elected Official.  I guess people are beginning to get more interested in the mid-term elections with all of the political scandals that seem to be coming to light. We are 14 days into June … More Government Scandals and What the People of God Can Do

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Finding New Treasures in Old Books and Surprising Teachers (Henri Nouwen and my Daughter)

Prompted by a friends question, I went to the bookshelf to retrieve one of my favorite books on prayer, Henri Nouwen’s The Way of the Heart. Five years ago, when my daughter was in college, she was assigned the book for a class and I gave her my copy to save some money. When the class was … More Finding New Treasures in Old Books and Surprising Teachers (Henri Nouwen and my Daughter)

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The Courage to Confess Sin—What Bonhoeffer Still Teaches Us

“I never heard of the Gospel of Jesus Christ . . . of the cross, of sin and forgiveness, of death and life (while) in New York . . . only an ethical and social idealism which pins its faith to progress.” —Dietrich Bonhoeffer … according to Bonhoeffer, a congregation without mutual confession of sin is … More The Courage to Confess Sin—What Bonhoeffer Still Teaches Us

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