Reading a Ludlum novel and pondering a metaphor…
I wasn’t looking for God. I didn’t seriously think there was anybody there, and I definitely didn’t think there was any way of finding out. And in any case, why would I want to find out? What was in it … Continue reading
Happy birthday to a fabulous blogging platform!
Originally posted on WordPress.com News:
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So there’s this note that’s gone viral on the internet, and while there’s stuff about that note that is just plain silly, as a Christian I want to focus on the part that I find not just silly but wrong, … Continue reading
No, it’s ok, I don’t need help with that. I’m pretty good at spelling, which means that whenever one of those online spelling quizzes comes up, I can pat myself on the back for being oh so very knowledgeable. Yay … Continue reading
Originally posted on Meirav's Soapbox:
I’ve been drafting this on and off for a while, ever since I came across a post online that said: “Religion is for people who don’t want to go to hell when they die”, and…
I’ve never thought of myself as a perfectionist, but… The past couple of weeks or so, I’ve come to realise: I have this thing about putting things off, waiting for the perfect moment – some things, not everything obviously, just … Continue reading
Originally posted on SixDay Science:
I’ve had numerous requests over the years to write down my personal testimony and post it here. I was asked to give my testimony at a local church here in Austin as part of their…
Imagine you’re a beggar on the streets of a big city. You’re homeless and penniless and you watch people go past you, most of them not even glancing in your direction. Now and again someone throws a coin into your … Continue reading