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Category Archives: Odd
Not too long ago, I did a sermon series I called “COEXIST.” You have probably seen the bumperstickers. The idea, in my mind, is that there are a lot of different faith and belief systems or you might call them … Continue reading
I am certainly a visual learner – so I love this illustration. As with a lot of things, I can’t agree 100% with all the conclusions here, but the illustration is powerful. And, as with a lot of things, I … Continue reading
I am loving the new “C.S. Lewis Daily” at Bible Gateway. Sign up for a quick daily reading from Lewis here. Here is today’s reading: On pleasure [The demon Screwtape writes:] [God, the “Enemy,” is] a hedonist at heart. All those … Continue reading
This is one of my favorite sermons of all time. Otto Koning was a Dutch missionary in Papua New Guinea. I love his sense of humor, which I’d like to think is similar to mine. This is absolutely worth the … Continue reading
My brother Matt and I got to face each other in “Sumo” wrestling at the Durham Bulls game on Sunday, August 4th. Enjoy!
Check out this not so “Friday Funny” as it is more of a “Friday Odd.” Draw your own conclusions. Click here for the explanation.
I’m not sure where I learned this tip from, but it’s a good one. The general idea is that upon arriving home from a day at work, spend the next 15 minutes within about 5 feet of your spouse. Don’t … Continue reading
So I’ve been on a bit of a “winning streak” in recent days. Like last year, I won free haircuts for a year from “Fantastic Sam’s”. I won a free membership to Sam’s Club. And honestly, I won something else … Continue reading
Sadly, in December of 2011, I lost a good friend, Stephen Getzelemann. As Stephen battled against a Strep A infection, our church surrounded he and his wife and son. It seemed like everyone was praying and pitching in to help, … Continue reading