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Feliz jueves, sports fans, and welcome to another edition of Random Thursday. Today is Weary Willie Day, and it was with a certain amount of trepidation that I clicked on this explanatory link, and was relieved to see that it refers to a clown character introduced and made famous by Emmett Kelly long before any… Continue reading Random Thursday: The 20th Century CCM Edition
We were recently in Fort Stockton and while we were there, we visited one of our favorite stores, Bella Terrazas. Bella Terrazas is owned and managed by Amy Terrazas, a special family friend, and the store is filled from floor to ceiling with an amazing variety of decor, almost all of which was hecho en… Continue reading Solving a Catholic Mystery Statue
Note: This is the last in a series of posts from The Lost Gazette Chronicles, focusing on those that fall into the “Faith” category. I wrote this one in July of 2008, back when I was still semi-coherent. I’m early in the book of Job in my 2008 “Read Through the Bible” curriculum, and I… Continue reading In League with the Stones
Note: I’m continuing to re-create posts from The Lost Gazette Chronicles, focusing on those that fall into the “Faith” category. This one requires a bit more explanation, because it refers to some things that some of you may not be familiar with, such as one of my previous professions. Also, please don’t try to do… Continue reading Aging, But Ageless
Note: I’m continuing to post selected articles from The p Gazette Chronicles, focusing on those that fall into the “Faith” category (why? because I need the reminders). This one originally showed up in January, 2007. O LORD, you have searched me and you know me. You know when I sit and when I rise; you… Continue reading God’s Bubble
Note: I’m continuing to post selected articles from The Lost Gazette Chronicles, focusing on those that fall into the “Faith” category (why? because I need the reminders). This one originally showed up in July, 2006. I read the last two chapters of the Old Testament book of Nehemiah this morning, as a part of my… Continue reading Professional Thanksgiver: Could you do it?
Note: I originally posted this in June, 2006. I’ve previously alluded to a redesign/reboot of the Gazette in which some content didn’t get carried over into the new package; this is an example, with a few minor tweaks. Those of us who believe in God understand that since He created time and space, He’s not… Continue reading Jesus: Teletransporter?
I’m sure you’re all familiar with the Biblical parable of the back-row concert goers. No? Hmmm…I could’ve sworn strongly posited that was in the Bible. Oh, wait. Maybe I’m thinking of this: Now He began telling a parable to the invited guests when He noticed how they had been picking out the places of honor at… Continue reading Back Row Grace
Mary, did you know That your baby boy Would some day walk on water? Mary, did you know that your baby boy Would save our sons and daughters? Did you know that your baby boy Has come to make you new? This child that you’ve delivered, Will soon deliver you. Mary, did you know That… Continue reading For unto us a child is born…