Monthly Archives: November 2013

Thanksgiving and 2:00 A.M. Pit Stops

We find Thanksgiving blessings in the oddest places. As a grandpa pushing sixty, I quietly confess that it’s a rare night where I don’t make a 2:00 a.m. trip down the hall. Which is a blamed nuisance. Why can’t I … Continue reading

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Fifty Years Ago Today . . .

Christians should also thank God for the literary abundance of C. S. Lewis, who passed away the same day as John F. Kennedy. Two of my favorite quotes are both from “Mere Christianity.”  Regarding faith, he writes: “To trust Him … Continue reading

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“Chariots of Fire,” The Sequel

  “Arise” is a well-crafted Christian testimony by two vibrant young people who also have the platform to proclaim Jesus’ goodness to a potentially global audience. Clayton and Peggy Kershaw are the L.A. Dodgers’ First Couple, and their twin passions … Continue reading

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I Love Halloween!

Don’t throw candy corn at me, but I had a pretty awesome born-again Christian Halloween last Thursday. I realize there are unsavory elements to the holiday. Witches and werewolves and the un-dead are tied to what all believers acknowledge are … Continue reading

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Book Review: “The Racketeer”

Grisham’s Back! Grisham returns to form with this tightly written legal thriller. No one knows the machinations of our court system like he does, and he crafts a clever story that does keep the reader guessing right to the end. … Continue reading

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