Monthly Archives: February 2015

The Beginning of Knowledge

One of my children (I won’t tell you her name, but her initials are Kirsten) is notorious for putting things together without using the enclosed directions. This rarely ends well. ‘How hard could it be?’ we say. ‘I can do … Continue reading

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Addressing Red Flags

It is sad to hear the reports coming out of Indiana re: Colts owner Jim Irsay. A man who had seemingly beaten down his demons years ago, only to have them win this latest battle. What really struck me in … Continue reading

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Counting Heads in Church

For the record, I don’t count heads in church. Someone does it for me. For the record (part 2), I did not ask them to count heads. But they let me know, anyway. And then we collectively ask, “Where are … Continue reading

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