Monthly Archives: October 2017

On Every Corner You Turn There’s A Heartache

This morning I woke up while it was still dark with the sound of a windstorm racing through the neighborhood.  Every once in a while the lonely sound of sirens [1] would sound through the early morning as some emergency … Continue reading

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Book Review: Where We Belong

Where We Belong, by Lynn Austin [Note:  This book was provided free of charge by Bethany House Publishers.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.] I really wanted to like this book, but the author [1] ultimately made it impossible … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Most Important Women Of The Bible

The Most Important Women Of The Bible:  Remarkable Stories Of God’s Love And Remption, by Aaron and Elaina Sharp [Note:  This book was provided free of charge by Bethany House Publishing.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.] For the … Continue reading

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Mysteries Of The Bible: Is Satan Necessary?

Late last night, as I was sleepy after volleyball practice, I received the following set of questions from a loyal reader of this blog that I thought worthy of discusses at some length, with a minimum of speculation.  The initial … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Lost Art Of Real Cooking

The Lost Art Of Real Cooking:  Rediscovering The Pleasures Of Traditional Food One Recipe At A Time, by Ken Albala and Rosanna Nafziger One can tell even from the title, if one is a perceptive reader, that this is the … Continue reading

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Book Review: Nourished

Nourished:  A Memoir Of Food, Faith & Enduring Love (With Recipes), by Lia Huber [Note:  This book was provided free of charge by Blogging For Books/Convergent Books.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.] I wanted to like this book … Continue reading

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Distorting Reality By Despising Others

Yesterday at services in Portland, the gentleman who gave the sermonette had a thoughtful subject to discuss [1] and he went about his message in a very intriguing way.  First, he began with an object illustration that I found highly … Continue reading

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Album Review: In The Meantime

In The Meantime, by Christine McVie Instead of going on tour with Fleetwood Mac in 2003 in support of an album that had taken several years of acrimonious struggle to create, Christine McVie did something that she has rarely done … Continue reading

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Album Review: The Legendary Christine Perfect Album

The Legendary Christine Perfect Album, by Christine McVie There are several ironies about this album from the title alone.  For one, Christine Perfect (her maiden name) would not be the name by which she would become legendary, which was Christine … Continue reading

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Album Review: Christine McVie

During 1984, there was a break between Fleetwood Mac albums Mirage (1982) and Tango In The Night (1987) where several of the members of the band tried their hand at solo albums.  The efforts of Stevie Nicks were the most … Continue reading

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