I hate to say it, but I’m with Joe on this one.
Wow. What more can I say? Check out the story here.
That’s right, 3,100 comments can be found on this blog. I’m closing in on 350,000 words as well found within almost 400 posts.
I had trouble closing my dresser drawers this afternoon. I pushed harder on the thick padding of shirts and pants. No movement. It was full – really, really full. I tossed the remaining pieces of clothing from the neatly folded laundry pile back onto my bed. Now I must interject, it’s not that this dresser drawer is the epitome of … Read More
The following was published in The Capital on January 17, 2008: I truly don’t understand the issue presented in the article “Drinking, dirty dancing end Severna Park dance.” (The Capital, Jan. 15). Aren’t we supposed to tolerate behavior like this? Who exactly defines right and wrong? No one is getting hurt, right? Everyone is having fun, aren’t they? It’s just … Read More
From the Family Research Council email: Today we celebrate a man who contributed greatly to both this nation and to the world. Dr. Martin Luther King’s non-violent movement against segregation and injustice in the United States has inspired many to follow in his footsteps to fulfill the deeply rooted “dream” he spoke of, “that one day this nation will rise … Read More
ReThink: – An Engaging Reflection on Student Ministry. Very interesting review on a very interesting book.
Resolved, that I will do whatsoever I think to be most to God’ s glory, and my own good, profit and pleasure, in the whole of my duration, without any consideration of the time, whether now, or never so many myriads of ages hence. Resolved to do whatever I think to be my duty and most for the good and … Read More