Monthly Archives: March 2011

To an unknown god (updated)

“To an unknown God.” Translated another way into modern vernacular: “Just in case we missed somebody…we wouldn’t want to offend!” Most of the people who have been involved in church in one way or another are familiar with the story … Continue reading

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Fantasy Baseball Draft Results:

As promised, here are the results of my fantasy baseball draft. It was an auction draft, and each individual category is assigned points. For example, if you steal a base, its worth 1 point, if you get a win as … Continue reading

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Fantasy baseball and update on the new job.

This blog is actually more to see if it automatically posts to my social networks when I write a new post, so if you are one of the 5 loyal readers, then you could probably take a break. I am … Continue reading

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Don’t Get Into a Land War in Asia! (published)

I used to love to play the game “Risk”, mainly because I like the strategy that it requires. If you have every played “Risk” (or ever saw the Princess Bride) than you know the most popular of all strategies in … Continue reading

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Egypt, Libya, Japan, and the gospel.

It seems as if the world is coming apart at the seams. Egypt has peacefully assembled and driven out their dictator. This is a messy and fluid situation. Mubarak was a bad man who oppressed his people. There are reports … Continue reading

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Fantasy Baseball Saves Lives

This is a quick hit blog post, but I wanted to share an incredible turn of events that once again demonstrated that God is in control and that His grace is more than sufficient. So I created a fantasy baseball … Continue reading

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