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Monthly Archives: July 2014
The Failing Christian Corporation
Recently, I spent an hour on the phone with a scam artist who was pushing an extremely expensive, vastly overrated SEO service onto an unsuspecting client of mine. A 30-second Internet search — even nowadays as Google continues to limit, in … Continue reading
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Surviving the Work Week
Not everyone’s Monday is actually on Monday. But regardless of what day your week actually starts, it’s highly likely that it’s not a smooth transition from your day off to your day on. This low point of our week, when … Continue reading
Posted in Art, Business, Christian, Culture, Current Events, Daily Life, Economy, Faith, Family, fine art, frugal living, home, Job, Life, Lifestyle, painting, religion, simple living, spirituality Tagged Christian, job, Monday, original oil painting, week, work Leave a comment
Are You Tired of Living in Fear?
Fear is one of Satan’s best weapons, because it’s relatively inexpensive. For a minimal outlay, Satan — who generally works through the assorted people on this planet who love him, worship him, or have sold themselves to him for whatever … Continue reading
Posted in blogging, Christian, Culture, Current Events, Daily Life, Faith, Family, home, Life, Lifestyle, News, Politics, religion, spirituality Tagged Christianity, fear, police, Satan 4 Comments
Are We Afraid of Our Own Government?
I have a cat named Xena the Warrior Princess, which is a diverting misnomer because she is one of the timidest animals alive. Admittedly, as far as staying alive, running away from trouble is a successful stratagem for Xena, who spends her days concealed in the bushes, … Continue reading
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Christianity’s Broken Promise — or Man’s?
This weekend I enjoyed the company of three out of four of my adult children. It is impossible for me to describe to you how much I love these four progeny of mine — whenever I talk to them, play … Continue reading
Posted in Art, blogging, children, Daily Life, devotional, Encouragement, Faith, Family, fine art, home, Lifestyle, Parenting, religion, spirituality Tagged children, Christianity, God, love, promise Leave a comment
“Celebrating” the Anniversary of the Vietnam War
Anniversaries are supposed to be celebratory things, generally of weddings, when a couple starts a whole new life together. How odd that we use the same word, “anniversary,” to acknowledge — surely not celebrate? — the unwanted introduction of the Vietnam … Continue reading
Frozen by Fear — What Do We Do?
The other day, I found myself in the middle of a church picnic. It was totally unintentional, and I’ll tell you the story someday, but the upshot is, I was chatting with a safe woman from the group, when I tossed out … Continue reading
Posted in Art, blogging, Christian, Daily Life, devotional, Faith, Family, fine art, home, inspirational, Lifestyle, painting, religion, spirituality Tagged 9/11, awake, Christianity, fear, overwhelmed 3 Comments