Monthly Archives: June 2012

Bernie: hilariously funny but no laughing matter

The true story of man serving a life sentence for a murder that he did commit seems an unlikely source for a rollicking comedy, but with Jack Black and Shirley MacLaine in the lead, “Bernie” is brilliantly funny. Of course … Continue reading

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not leaving church, an unchurched kid paying it forward…

Much is said and written these days about leaving church. Just this week I read and shared a couple of relevant articles (see: Hackenberg’s “When You Leave Church”). While those of us with more than a couple of decades behind … Continue reading

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pinterest for worship planning?

ok, I admit it… I started to play with pinterest. my question is whether it can become a tool for worship planning? for instance, finding pictures for the texts and sharing them? or for finding and sharing children’s books? these … Continue reading

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specks and breasts, time to remove the log

Admittedly I was a breastfeeding mom and undoubtedly I offended more than a few before my children were weaned. Even before my children took their first breath, I was pretty clear about my intentions and, in order to honor those … Continue reading

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