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Kony 2012?

I came across this video just this morning: (warning: it is half an hour long, but good to watch. If you don’t have that long, here’s the synopsis, Ugandan rebel leader Joseph Kony and the Lord’s Resistance Army [LRA] abduct … Continue reading

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Women, the Church, Masculinity and the Rest Pt. 3: Is Christianity Male Oriented?

Does Christianity have a male slant? Is God more male oriented? John Piper has said yes. Well, comments on that comment have been made, and I don’t want to beat a dead horse. But I’ll say this: God made both … Continue reading

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I Share a Dream

Happy Birthday Dr. King. You are missed, but your dream is very much alive. We’ll keep working on it.

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HM Elizabeth II’s Christmas Message

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My Two Cents: The “War on Christmas”

So every year we have to listen to the debate about this alleged “War on Christmas” where conservative Christians get all riled up because the stores’ banners, government buildings, buses, television networks, etc. are saying “seasons greetings” or “happy holidays” … Continue reading

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Vaclav Havel (right) 1936-2011 Havel, playwright, activist and president of Czechoslovakia has passed away- one of the greatest leaders of the 20th century. His leadership of the movement dubbed the Velvet Revolution brought down communism in Czechoslovakia. I remember studying … Continue reading

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December 1st is World AIDS Day. AIDS is quite an intriguing problem, as hypothetically AIDS could be¬†eradicated¬†within a generation. Finding a cure to save those with AIDS is a worthwhile goal, but preventing the spread could save millions more lives … Continue reading

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