Faith

Good Friday

“It hurts, for me it feels like someone stepped on me like a bug (I’m not sure what horrible feeling you have but I know it’s 0% fun) and it may hurt for a while.” Can you guess the context of this quote? This is what a friend sent me after a breakup – she …

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Shrooms, Coffee, and Christianity: Why the Gospel Isn’t a Matter of Personal Preference

Programming Note: First – I want to give a big thanks to my dad for writing last week’s post and helping my vacation be more restful. He is a great man, and I hope you enjoyed his writing. Second – because next week is Holy Week, there won’t be a post on Tuesday. Instead, I …

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How to Motivate a Free Agent?

Note:  This is Ed Giese writing.  I am guest blogging for my son Andrew this week, who is on vacation.  He’ll be back with another great post next week. Most professional sports leagues have some variation of two ways to acquire athletes for their teams:  a draft or free agency.  I recently read a decent article comparing the two systems in the …

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Ignorance in Our Hope To Attain Righteousness

The following excerpt is from an interview of Brian Scalabrine after the Celtics beat the Lakers in the 2008 NBA Finals. Reporter: “How was it for you, watching from the sideline not able to play even one little second in the Finals. Was that hard?” Scalabrine: “Why would you think that’s funny? I’ll tell you, …

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