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Advent Reflection – 2020 – A Year of Darkness
In the beginning, the universe was filled with chaos and darkness. It was empty and void. But among it all, the spirit of God hovered over the deep. Waiting. Waiting to create something new. I think we all have done … Continue reading
A few weeks ago, my wife and I were sitting on the outdoor patio of a delicious new food spot within walking distance of our apartment (shout-out to Craft Urban of Geneva and their gluten-free cheese curds) when we started … Continue reading
Why is Lebron James so Polarizing?
Help me out people… Polarize – to divide into sharply opposing factions (Dictionary.com) There are quite a few polarizing athletes who have dominated the sports scene over the last decade. Some of them have been among the best at what … Continue reading
Pastors and Laypeople alike: Here is my Dream for the future of the Local Church.
We as the local church need more diversity and less homogeneity. The population in the local church needs to be representative of the demographic of the surrounding community. We need to welcome and embrace more ethnic, racial, economic, and sexual … Continue reading
Lebron or Jordan – You Decide
I love this discussion, and I want nothing more than for this to bring out both MJ and Lebron homers alike to take things up a notch. I will admit…I have watched 90% of any meaningful game Lebron James … Continue reading
Blog Post I Thought I Would Never Write: ‘The Bachelorette’ Debrief
I want to start this blog by saying that I am one of the most vehement critics of the ABC cultural phenomenon that is the Bachelor(ette) franchise. The perverted premise causes me to cringe, … Continue reading
A Tim Duncan Tribute and my All Time Starting 5 (in one page or less)
Tim Duncan. The Big Fundamental. World Champion. MVP. One of three players to win the Wooden Award, NBA Rookie of the Year, NBA MVP, NBA Finals MVP and NBA All-Star Game MVP. The only other two? #23 and #33. Michael … Continue reading
My one page or less Kevin Durant…rant.
Lost all respect for Kevin Durant this morning when he announced he is taking his talents to Golden State. The ultimate sell out. Understand something, it’s not that he changed teams that bothers me. It’s really not. Even if I … Continue reading
Alfie Kohn, an American author and lecturer who explores the topics of education and human behavior, uses the College Board’s own statistics to prove that there is a positive linear correlation to family income and SAT scores. This is my … Continue reading
If you watched much TV in the 90s you have definitely seen your fair share of Jerry, George, Kramer, and Elaine on the hit show Seinfeld. In one of my favorite episodes, a new soup restaurant opens up a few … Continue reading