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Monthly Archive for: ‘May, 2014’

An introductory course on logic could really serve the cause of the gospel among younger generations …

If you’ve read this blog for any length of time, you know that I love to discuss, well, pretty much anything with young people. I love to get to know them, listen to them, ask questions of them (and then listen to their responses). I also enjoy challenging them (once relationship is established)—especially re: why they believe what they believe. I hope that …

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Shouldn’t we pause, remember, and say thank you?

I am grateful for another Memorial Day; another year of freedom, paid for at the highest price. Sophia is helping Fred and me to teach  Ella all about Memorial Day: And this year Sophie even had the opportunity to specifically thank some military families in our local community through an essay contest that one one of our local American Legion posts …

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Enter to Win a $100 Gift Certificate (Or I Can Just Send You Cash Via PayPal)!

If you are a friend of mine on FaceBook, then you already know that I am (trying to) lock myself away for the next few days to work on a pile o’ content that is screamin’ due in the next few weeks. (I call my efforts to serve in those ways my “third-ish/fake job”—you know, the stuff I try to …

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