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Monthly Archives: January 2012
When I walked into the theater on Tuesday for a matinee showing of this year’s Golden Globe winner for best musical or comedy, The Artist, I had only three expectations: 1. I expected it to be good. 2. I expected … Continue reading
Marrying an Unbeliever – Kathy Keller, wife of New York pastor Tim Keller, discusses the dangers of believers marrying unbelievers. She writes: Over the course of our ministry, the most common pastoral issue that Tim and I have confronted is … Continue reading
It’s no secret that the artistic endeavors of the Christian world are not taken very seriously. And this is not without reason. For the past few decades, and possibly the last century or more, Christian art has lagged behind the … Continue reading
Worst Passwords – I was glad to find that none of my passwords made this list. But maybe now that they list is out, these will become the safest passwords around. Who knows? The Phone Stack – Ever been tempted … Continue reading
Another great quote from Paul Miller’s, A Praying Life: We don’t like God too close, especially if God is a deity we can’t control. We have a primal fear of walking with God in the garden, naked, without clothing. We … Continue reading
If your first novel proves to be both critically acclaimed and commercially successful, the nagging question in your mind would undoubtedly be this: What do I write for the second one? Ironically, Leif Enger’s answer to that question was to … Continue reading