Monthly Archives: July 2009

McCoffee

Thanks, Ronald. You’ve done it. You’ve become the only decent cup of coffee in the fair village of Sebewaing. I am sitting in Ronald’s dining room right now, experiencing first hand what it is to taste decaf but smell McNuggets … Continue reading

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Sebewaing, Michigan

I’m spending this week at BayShore Camp, nestled between the Saginaw Bay and the Michigan Sugar Company.  My job is to lead music/worship for “big church”, lead a morning Bible study on the book of Philippains, direct the camp Choir … Continue reading

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Family Camp Irony

I’m spending this week leading worship and speaking at a family camp in Michigan’s favorite opposable — the thumb. God has been here and is great; the people are wonderful; the food is great. However, the irony is that I’m … Continue reading

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Sam and His Club

Today we make our bi-monthly trip to Sam’s Club, which means two things: We can get 10 pounds of Animal Crackers for the price of 9 pounds. The kids can eat free lunch, thanks to a conglomeration of microwaves and … Continue reading

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ESV – NIV – NLT

People come to radblog for many reasons.   Well, three big ones at least: 1. They love the BMX movie “RAD” and have been aching for a place to cohort. 2. They are concerned about radiation and want to read a … Continue reading

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New Interweb Browser: Google Chrome

I work at a certain radio station that uses that which is against all good: the Windows Operating system. As many people have said many times in many languages, Windows is great. Many more people (nearly 10% of the computing … Continue reading

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Penguin Rules

We spent most of yesterday at the Detroit Zoo, home of lions, tigers and bears. The Detroit Zoo is also home to a penguinarium that smells, strangely enough, like fish. You’d think that it would smell like penguins. Like me, … Continue reading

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