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Birthday Parties and Great Kids

Saturday was CRAZY at our house. Our youngest, celebrated her 16th Birthday (even though it’s not until this coming Friday) with about 18 or her friends from school and church. They celebrated with a water balloon fight (over 500 balloons!), a hose fight (only one hose), and eventually a coconut cream pie in the face . . . → Read More: Birthday Parties and Great Kids

Where Did “Piss Poor” Come From?

Some of you may have seen this before as I know it’s been running around the Internet for some time. I tried to find out who first put it together, but was unable to find “the original” author. I got it from my wife in an email this morning (who got it from someone else). . . . → Read More: Where Did “Piss Poor” Come From?

Charlie Brown Christmas: The Special That Almost Wasn’t

A friend of mine sent me an email the other day entitled “The only part they didn’t like was all of it”. In it he highlighted some of the story behind the creation of this season’s most loved television specials…. A Charlie Brown Christmas. In his email he had exerpted from a National Review article . . . → Read More: Charlie Brown Christmas: The Special That Almost Wasn’t

Top 25 Songs

In my email today came the regular newsletter from CCLI, the organization/licensing group that allows churchs to reproduce the lyrics to most (but not all!) of the Christian songs today. This issue highlighted the top 25 songs reported by the churches who were in a reporting period from October 2010 to March 2011 (they use . . . → Read More: Top 25 Songs

Water Everywhere?

Water. It’s one of those things we totally take for granted here in the West. We walk to a tap, turn on the faucet, and out comes fresh, clean, cold or hot water. We drink it. We bathe in it. We cook with it. It’s just there.

But that’s not the case everywhere.

According to . . . → Read More: Water Everywhere?