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Category Archives: Books
Every now and then something comes along that makes you feel like a kid again, that reminds you of the best parts of your past, and affirms some of the things you have loved for a long time and for … Continue reading
I probably won’t be able to sleep tonight. After all, tomorrow is a big day. Tomorrow marks my official first day at my new teaching position. If you’ve known me for a few years, you know I’ve been all over … Continue reading
Before I begin, watch this video below. If it won’t play, don’t worry. I’ll do my best to describe it in my post: The above video is an ad for the Infiniti Q60, a car I know nothing about … Continue reading
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2 Timothy 2:5 – But watch thou in all things, endure afflictions, do the work of an evangelist, make full proof of thy ministry. I had been struggling these last couple of months about starting a…
I spend a lot of time on Twitter. Through my twitter trolling and reading blog posts from sites like Sojourners, I stumbled onto this: “A Thread Called Grace” by Jonathan Merritt I first met Jonathan on Twitter. Honestly, he was … Continue reading
You know the drill. I visit my blog after a two-month absence, feel guilty about not posting since December, make promises to stay on top of it from now on, start a writing streak that might last a week or … Continue reading
Last year I posted a story about damaging my Kindle and how that experience reawakened my love for books. Now, my Kindle is lost. I misplaced it, left it somewhere, put it away and forgot where, I don’t know. But … Continue reading