Monthly Archives: October 2015

No Trust?

Sorry, I can’t help the fact that I enjoy both science fiction and Arnold Schwarzenegger films. So when I read our text Micah 7:1-10 again today, verse 5 jumped out at me and called to mind the older and better … Continue reading

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No Cheating

It’s a familiar and old game. Put less in the package and charge the same price. It’s been happening with cold cereal and coffee for a long time. It’s been ages since that “pound sized” can of coffee actually weighed … Continue reading

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What’s Required?

I had a vague memory of this cartoon before I searched and found it again. I can’t remember when I saw it first, but it speaks volumes to the spirit of students and Christian disciples. Our Gospel reading from last … Continue reading

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Chopped

I’ve never watched the “reality” food show “Chopped,” but I understand that it’s a cooking competition where four chefs compete across three rounds (appetizer, entree, dessert) with the aim of not being the one “chopped” for that round. The title … Continue reading

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Small Town

I grew up in one of the nicest suburbs of Los Angeles, eleven blocks from the beach in the home where I lived the longest before college. So I have no very extensive experience of small town life. But I … Continue reading

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