Monthly Archives: September 2012

I preached at a church once. Yes, I did!

Wow… things in the past are quite fascinating, when seen through the lens of many years. Though I’ve been citified for quite awhile, I’m actually Country Folk from a way back. My mom was raised on a farm, and my … Continue reading

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changes changes

Do you ever just feel tired of everything? Tired of the same old, same old, with no particular reason. For example, people seem to be tired of Facebook these days, at least my peeps–not updating their status very much. But … Continue reading

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Christian art, or “real” art?

There is a lot of reading for this course we’re taking with our church, but it certainly has been great stuff! Yes, I did promise not to make notes here… but maybe just the odd quote? This morning however, the … Continue reading

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<3 Horses <3

If you’ve heard anything about War Horse, you know that the background is World War I. Is that the one they call the Terrible War, or something like that? For example, there was the dichotomy of using horses, and the … Continue reading

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God made Man creative, like Himself

So, the puppets. In War Horse, the puppets were horses, a goose, and several crows, plus some bats. The birds were on long poles, with operating wings; at first you thought it was young guys playing with toys. The goose … Continue reading

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THANK YOU, Ed Mirvish!!! <3

It’s difficult to explain, specifically, why you should see War Horse, the live production. When Sam received the email invitation, we had some discussion about spending the money on it; but because the live description (in headphones, for visually impaired) … Continue reading

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First response

It seems strange to be posting so seldom, these days. Blame the studying that needs to be done, I suppose, for this Perspectives course. At least the reading, as much as it is, is not difficult to follow. It’s actually … Continue reading

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Optimism vs Hope

OK, study material (for that college-course) is divided into little chunks for each day, so we’ll see how it goes. And tonight is Opening Night for the Midweek Kids, so we’ll soon know if that’s a “go” for another year, … Continue reading

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plans and projects

An appropriate memory verse for these shortening days: “O Lord, you light up my darkness are my light. Yes Lord, you turn my darkness into light light up my darkness.” (2 Samuel 22:29) This week our Fall schedule kicks in … Continue reading

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Love your neighbour!

Still wore my SHORTS for our 6:30 walk this morning! It was kinda cool to start in the dark though, and watch the light gradually come to the day. Yesterday I listened to last Sunday’s “sermon”, which was actually a … Continue reading

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