Monthly Archives: June 2009

Book Review: The Vanishing Sculptor by Donita K. Paul

I just want to start this out by saying that this book, The Vanishing Sculptor by Donita K. Paul, was great. I had no idea what to expect. I’d never heard of the DragonKeeper Chronicles, but that didn’t matter. From … Continue reading

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Okay, So What Does the Iran Election Mean Now?

A week ago or so, I read an article on either, or I keep up with all three throughout the week, but I don’t remember which one it was on. Anyway, the article was written during the … Continue reading

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Book Reviews: The Disappearance of God, Eyes Wide Open and Sir Dalton and the Shadow Heart

The Disappearance of God I’ll have to admit that I am a reader of trends. I try to keep up with what direction something is “trending”. For instance, the NBA is trending upward. After Michael Jordan re-retired, the NBA took … Continue reading

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My Heart is Broken

There are some things that I hear that affect me deep down inside. This is one of them. Written by Gary Lamb of Revolution Church in Georgia, is a letter explaining his resignation of Revolution church in Georgia. I’ve copied … Continue reading

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My Hispanic Brothers are Awesome

For the past couple of months I’ve had the privilege of worshiping with a Hispanic ministry, Victory Pointe.  Led by Pastor Manuel Flores, they meet Fridays and Sunday nights at 7 PM. I’ve gotten to know the pastor and praise … Continue reading

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Cindy Woodsmall: ABC Nightline

Amish Love What’s all the hubbub about Amish fiction? Major media outlets like Time and ABC Nightline are covering it, and authors like Cindy Woodsmall are making the New York Times bestseller list regularly. What makes these books so interesting? … Continue reading

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