Tag Archives: Work

Nothing More Holy than a Nap

Some days there’s nothing more holy than a nap. Today should have been one of those days, but I didn’t nap – I just fired along instead. Taking girls to science museums and pools and play grounds until they’re so … Continue reading

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What if it’s not the music?

Churches are asking themselves quite a few good questions lately. Primarily this stems form the basic: why are our numbers falling off? Christianity is doing pretty well in the United States at least and a few other western countries, but there … Continue reading

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Modest Accomplishment in the Eyes of the World

“Tolkien had readied himself…for very modest accomplishment in the eyes of the world.” How do we measure success? Tolkien never even published his master piece that ostensibly he spent years working on alongside his regular work. That’s a different measure … Continue reading

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Happiness is a Truth – What does it take?

The Washington Post recently posted an article on the relative happiness of different cities across the country. While in our part of the world it is an odd thing to see Lubbock listed as relatively happy and Abilene as unhappy, … Continue reading

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