Monthly Archives: July 2012

Sermon: John 10:22-38 “Just the Facts, Man”

Jesus rejected in Jerusalem for offering Truth in a facts driven world http://r.b5z.net/i/u/10092240/m/Sermon_120715_1130b.mp3

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The Perils of Pride

  Continued from “Humble Pie” posted earlier this month My experience of community bravado is not limited to my home state.  I am a member of a local service organization and, as with most such organizations, we pledge our allegiance … Continue reading

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Penn State Sanctions: Shamefully Not Enough

In the spirit of full disclosure I graduated from SMU with 2 undergraduate and 1 graduate degree.  I have been a lifelong fan of SMU and have always thought that they were the victim of not only their own actions … Continue reading

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Going on a Humble Hunt

What the world needs now? Yes, love sweet love, but it also needs a good dose of humility,  because as another song reminds us, “oh Lord it’s hard to be humble.” I have often wondered what humble pie tastes like but I … Continue reading

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