Monthly Archives: July 2014

Fooling the Referee

Like many Americans, I recently watched more soccer than I ever had before.  The thing that made an impression on me was this:  if you didn’t know that the players were being melodramatic to fool the referee, you would probably … Continue reading

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Celtic Prayers

I have been reading some old Celtic prayers lately, and I appreciated their ability to create a sense of nearness to God through the created order. Too often, I rush through life, only praying in pragmatic ways. I was inspired … Continue reading

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8 reasons Houston is America’s next Global City

Ask any American or even a few Texans about Houston and you wont get too positive of a response.  Between the heat, the humidity and the lack of zoning laws which has produced a city largely unattractive when viewed from … Continue reading

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Watson on Surrender

Others May, You Cannot By G.D. Watson (1845-1924) If God has called you to be really like Jesus, He will draw you to a life of crucifixion and humility, and put upon you such demands of obedience, that you will … Continue reading

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A (not, of course, the only) Classical Christian Approach to Music

Listen and enjoy!

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