Monthly Archives: October 2011

Saturday Morning Post

Today is Saturday, October 29th, 2011. Richard Dreyfuss is 64. Malachi came into our room at 8:21AM and said “get up”. There was no tacit to his tone. He understands that Saturday mornings are all about me being there with … Continue reading

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Malachi’s Art

My son Malachi is really good at art. He’s 6. He draws better than me. I’m serious. Sometimes parents say that with a proud grin. I say it with a proud shame. The kid is actually better than me at … Continue reading

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Universal Questions

Welcome to my blog subseries: Universal Question. I’m your host, Adam Davidson. Today we examine one of the most complex of the universal questions. A word of caution: this journey is not for the easily befuddled. Its quandary spans over … Continue reading

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High Output

Yesterday was a high output day. I watched as Worship Arts interns extraordinaire led, viewing everything from multiple angles while taking copious notes on the overall flow and feel of the service. Then, it was straight to building GeoTrax layouts … Continue reading

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Stories for my kids

I love to tell stories to my kids.  Most of the tales that I tell are character-based, and follow a predictable arc of conflict and resolution. “Daddy, what’s going to happen to Cookie and Carrot this time?” “Well…” (thinking) “I … Continue reading

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I’m captivated by Psalm 99:4a (ESV): “The King in his might loves justice.” Psalm 99 is the appointed psalm for the 18th Sunday after Pentecost. We also call it October 16, 2011. Church goers around the world will proclaim this … Continue reading

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Spiders in the Fall

We underestimate the effective jumping distance of spiders. Shiny web strings give account of where a spider has been, putting his travels from point A to point B on tangible display. Our trees are now interconnected by long, flimsy lines … Continue reading

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