Monthly Archives: October 2013


Little Mac turned 8 years old last week, and what a party week it has been.  As I type this, a bunch of Mac’s friends are watching Hotel Transylvania, eating pizza, and shouting things.  Though they get crazy, I don’t … Continue reading

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Which Beat is the Most Important?

I’ve been driving more than usual. Ideas come when I’m passing mile markers. I also get ideas when I take a shower, which makes me think about having someone drive me around in an RV with a shower — who … Continue reading

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What are we asking for? What are we seeking? Where are we knocking?

A few thoughts on Matthew 7:7 — a pretty well known saying of Jesus:  “Ask and it will be given to you;  seek and you will find; knock and it will be opened to you.” What is given?  That which is asked for. … Continue reading

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New (Old) Author: Clovis G. Chappell

Someone gifted me with two books published in the 1930’s, both by Clovis G. Chappell. First of all, what a great name. Second of all, great books so far. I’m still working through his book on The Lord’s Prayer — … Continue reading

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Artist: M. Davidson. Medium: Cardboard, Multidimensional.

My son is a very good artist.  Intimidatingly so.  He’s so good, he makes my stick figures look like stick figures.  Before I knew Malachi the artist (he got here around age 5), my stick figures looked like people.  What … Continue reading

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Mission Trip Lesson 1, 2, 3

We had a great time yesterday evening with our cohorts on the Brasil Team — Brian, Betty, Kent, Candy, Steven — and found the food at Oakwood Bistro to be delicious and the coffee at Water Street Coffee Joint to … Continue reading

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