On my way to work the other day, I was the victim of blatant mistreatment (please stop reading now if you have a weak stomach). I pulled up to a three-way stop, and noticed to my left an SUV that I had beaten to the intersection by at least a full second. Expecting the SUVtizen... Continue Reading →
Every article at my wife's web site is worth your time, including her post from today... Enjoy.
"I find television very educating. Every time somebody turns on the set, I go into the other room and read a book." - Groucho Marx It just hit me. I haven't watched television in two weeks! I'm not on a television burning crusade and I didn't declare a TV fast, but I haven't seen a... Continue Reading →
After spending a few beautiful days in the wine country of Sonoma and Napa Valley, California, I thought it appropriate to post some of my favorite quotes on the nectar of God's green earth, wine. I'll start with some warning words. As with anything we enjoy, we enjoy it with care, knowing that the abuse... Continue Reading →
Jesus shared the meaning of the Kingdom by using parables. Ever wonder why Jesus didn't just come out and say it? Why hide the message in stories that sometimes leave us with more questions than answers? McLaren's insight into Jesus' parables helps those of us who have wished that Jesus would have just come out... Continue Reading →
The following is what I am calling the take-home from the book. This doesn't cover his every point, but these are the things that hit home the most with me. It sounds obvious to say it, but the message of Jesus was revolutionary in every conceivable way. Why? First, it presented not just a potential... Continue Reading →