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Monthly Archives: December 2011
The story line of the Bible can be summed up simply in this way: Things start good, they get bad, and they end even better than the beginning. If you’ve read along with me this year, I’m sure you’ve picked … Continue reading
If you’re one of my 14 loyal followers, you’ll know that at the beginning of 2011, I set out to blog everyday as I made my way through the chronological, Bible-in-a-year reading plan. I am happy to say that, barring … Continue reading
The book of revelation contains the most difficult and confusing imagery in the Bible. Throughout the centuries, theologians have tried to make sense of the book but the presence of so much symbolism has produced a vast array of interpretations, … Continue reading
I love this verse from Revelation 7: “Salvation belongs to our God who sits on the throne, and to the Lamb!” It’s something worth meditating on. Salvation belongs to our God. What does it mean for something to belong to … Continue reading
“Oh, how I’ve missed you, Holmes.” “Have you? I’ve barely noticed your absence.” Thus begins my review of Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows, Guy Ritchie’s action-packed sequel to 2009 international box office smash, Sherlock Holmes. In the second installment … Continue reading
This past year our church was fortunate enough to have Rick Gamache speak at our family retreat. Over that weekend together, Rick took us through the churches in Revelation, familiar territory for many, but oh so necessary for the church … Continue reading