Archive | October 2011
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Over at Don Miller’s blog, Penny Carothers contemplates the battle for many parents, especially stay-at-home moms, to find time for God in the ways we usually think about: devotions, prayer, quiet contemplation, etc. Here is a taste: I’ve always elevated the lives of others above my own spiritual aspirations (especially people like Thomas Merton and […]
Now, which one is Jamie and which is Adam?
This is the only reason to have a small “lap dog”, at least for someone like me who prefers bigger dogs like Siberian Huskies.
My friend, and fellow adoptive father, Peter Greer has co-authored a book on adoption called Mommy’s Heart went POP! It is a story of adoption that looks helpful for families, both parents and kids, processing inter-racial adoption. Joy and I have joined the cause by pledging our support for the book project, and I’d like […]
Interesting thoughts for Christians. We know Jesus’ answer to the question about who is my neighbor (anyone who is in need that we have the means to help), and we know the answer to what we are expected to do to our enemies: 43 “You have heard that it was said, ‘YOU SHALL LOVE YOUR […]
Good luck with this one!
A very interesting look at where all of the earth’s billions of people are now, and where the population is heading. Projections place the occurrence of the world population of humans passing 7 billion at some point between 31 Oct 2011 (UN estimate) and March 2012 (US Census Bureau estimate). The most interesting piece of […]
I didn’t know this could be done with a harmonica, in Carnegie Hall, no less!
It isn’t only kids that can have imaginary friends, numbers can have them too.