Archive for January, 2009
Sometimes life’s little surprises aren’t little. Read more at Out There.
See Snapshots for a letter of criticism about the issue, and my response.
Could something as common as a sandwich wrapping once have been more valuable than gold? Read more at Out There.
The middle of a recession seems to be the sensible time to cut back or cut out God, many people believe. But tithing sometimes makes the most sense when less money is coming in to the family budget. See Midlife Musings.
A burst of back pain, even someone else’s, can give you a whole new perspective on simple blessings. Read more at Out There.
Social networking sites provide a welcome technology in finding out what’s happening with friends and relatives. They also can be an exasperating exercise in egotism. See Midlife Musings.
Each new year is an opportunity to chart a course for personal Bible study. Ken Barney’s experience as a World War II POW bears out the value of that resolution. Read more at Out There.
Despite our advanced technology, no surgery is ever routine. I’m grateful I had the privilege to know Larry Mather before his unexpected death on New Year’s Day. See Midlife Musings.
More at Snapshots.