Monthly Archives: May 2012

In Case You Missed It Film Review Series: “War Photographer”

With the recent murders of foreign correspondents James Foley and Steven Sotloff we are reminded the danger war correspondents accept in their determination to report on wars and conflicts and in so doing share the suffering these bring to so … Continue reading

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Olympic Fever: Catch It

As a child I loved to watch the Olympics, winter or summer. Maybe it was the flags, the big crowds, or the medals, but I always looked forward to them since the first games I really remember, the 1972 games … Continue reading

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The Joy of Jury Duty

I had jury duty the other morning. I seem to have an aura around me that attracts jury invites. Two days after I received this jury summons, I received one from Wichita County, my former home. In all I have … Continue reading

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Scattered Thoughts “agin” the North Carolina, Electric Fence “pastor”

This must be the long lost, literally and figuratively, son of To Kill A Mockingbird’s Bob Ewell. … the missing link has just been found…if Darwin didn’t prove de-evolution, this guy just did…… not even apes hate… I’m seriously considering breaking … Continue reading

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“True Grit” Sermon

4/29/12  Sermon     Acts 4:5-21   “True Grit” Wanted: Disciples.  Grit and Boldness Required. http://r.b5z.net/i/u/10092240/m/Sermon_120429.mp3

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“The Joy of Love” Sermon May 13th, 2012

John 15:7-17   “The Joy of Love” Christ UMC Farmers Branch Mothers Day 2012 http://r.b5z.net/i/u/10092240/m/Sermon_120513.mp3

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Scattershooting

When I was growing up one of the things I most looked forward to was Dallas Times Herald/Morning News sports columnist Blackie Sherrod’s “Scattershooting” columns. These were what psychologists might call free association, or just letting your mind go anywhere … Continue reading

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