Archive for March, 2008« Previous Entries
Only a couple of months ago various media outlets touted either Obama, Clinton or McCain as the only hope to turn the nation around in 2009. The idealism apparently is over. To listen to bloggers, cable news pundits and ideological columnists, none of the remaining contenders can get through the day without blundering. See Midlife […]
The answer might surprise you. See Answers.
People are letting their children die horrible deaths in the name of religion. Read “Divine Healing Fanatics.”
Arthur C. Clarke, 90, died in Sri Lanka last week. He has been called the premier science fiction writer of the 20th century. Scott Harrup considers Clarke’s literary legacy as well as his views on faith at Out There.
After a recent trip to the grocery store, I came home with more than just groceries. Read my story at Going Up?
While most journalists think Internet-driven innovations such as blog comment posts, video streaming and news aggregating sites have benefited the state of journalism, finances are an increasingly important problem facing news organizations. See Midlife Musings.
Listen to two interviews with Dr. Gary Allen. Ken Horn interviews Dr. Allen, who is the director of the Ministerial Enrichment Office for the Assemblies of God and Executive Editor of Enrichment Journal.
Included: a discussion of the building blocks of intimate relationships in the home.
Listen here: Part 1 […]
A new study offers proof that dogs are good for children’s health. Read about it at Refrigerator Art.
Jacob DeShazer died recently at the age of 95, finishing a life on earth that had been filled with the horrors of war as well as the blessedness of peace. His story of redemption is a wonderful illustration of Jesus’ commandment to love our enemies. See Midlife Musings.
Last week we celebrated Good Friday. What’s so good about Good Friday anyway? Click here to read more.
For all its problems—steroids, out-of-control free-agent salaries, a weak-willed commissioner to name a few—baseball still reigns as the king of sports. It’s time to play ball. See if you agree with Midlife Musings.
Explicit references to drug or alcohol use are mentioned about 35 times for every hour of music you listen to — if you’re listening to popular secular songs (as determined by Billboard magazine). Read the Simple Plan for the rest of the story.
We celebrate the wonderful truth that we serve a living Savior!
The two go together at Snapshots.
Read my answers to questions about Easter on our Answers blog.
An Easter meditation. Read more at Out There.
Read outgoing General Treasurer James K. Bridges’ list on Snapshots.
Spring is finally here! It’s encouraging to know we’re out of the season of ice storms, snows and the flu. Share your Easter traditions and gardening tips at Going Up?« Previous Entries