“Why is it called hamburger? It’s not from pigs and it isn’t made out of boogers. Those are the stuff up your nose.”
Saturday April 16th, 2011 two significant storms moved through Front Royal. Neither produced tornadoes, unlike other parts of the storm system, but the rain was unlike anything I have ever … View Gallery
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So yeah, I get to preach Sunday AM for Palm Sunday. I have a feeling that won’t happen again but I’m gonna take full advantage and play this as part of my sermon.
I had a good conversation with @sarahmsalter. I’m feeling much better. Still frustrated, but I know God is my defender so I don’t need to defend myself.
I have to say it really sucks that when people don’t listen somehow I get vilified. This is the second time I’ve been wrongly accused and I’m getting tired of people not taking my advice then blaming me when their life sucks.
I admit I asked Jon to write a guest post for me ages ago. I’ve written a few for him but he has been too busy with writing his amazing book, which I will be reviewing soon with a very special give away.
Anyways, he is finally giving me the guest post, along with like 130 other people.
The “Is that contestant on American Idol a Christian? Scorecard”
30. Their accountability group comes to wait outside the audition door for them = + 2 points
To add up your score with over 130 other ideas on this scorecard, visit stuffchristianslike.net.
Earlier this week I received an email from Andrew Powers. I have to admit I think I might have been insulted just a bit, but only my pride. It reads in part Nick, I don't know if you've ever considered having a guest poster for your blog, but I have a request -- would you be willing to have me as a guest poster? Please? I would post this on my own blog, but I reserve my blog for more serious thoughts that I have about living for Christ, and hesitate to post satire. Apparently my blog is much better suited to ... less serious thoughts? All kidding aside, once I decided I wasn't insulted … [Read more...]
It seems most people are interested in books for a give away, but I can't do a plain Jane, boring book giveaway. Instead I am giving away a book with a nice little twist. The book is Instruments in the Redeemer's Hands: People in Need of Change Helping People in Need of Change by Paul David Trip. It was recommended to me as a giveaway book earlier this week. I warred a bit on giving away a book I currently had or a handful of books that are very high on my "must buy" list but this book jumped out at me. It is well reviewed and the subject is something I've been wrestling with quite a bit. … [Read more...]