Category Archives: Personal Links

Harvest Worship

For months now, I’ve wanted to write this blog entry.  It’s unusual for me to write a blog entry these days, in general – that isn’t about the Philippines or adoption anyway – but this topic is even less well-defined … Continue reading

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For He is worthy to be praised…

This is an AMAZING video shot at my church recently.  I post very infrequently these days, but this crosses whatever bar is necessary to drag my blog-weary rump off the chair and write. Hope you enjoy this very worshipful song … Continue reading

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Today, it’s Philippians 2:1-11

For months, this has been a struggle for me, and I woke up this morning to it again. Thought I’d share. I wonder if I will ever learn to be humble before even people with whom I disagree or who … Continue reading

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Journeying in Genesis

With the dawn of the new year, my church (The Vine) has embarked on a “journey in Genesis”.  Our pastor has decided to just start teaching through Genesis (the first book of the Bible) and not stop ’til he feels … Continue reading

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Merry Christmas to all…

God’s richest blessings to you this Christmas, as you remember the gift of God in Jesus with your gift giving, and spend time with family and dear friends.  I hope you take the time to see through the commercialism and … Continue reading

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Block Family Photos / Laudography Debuts

My buddy Scott has recently kicked off his own photography business, called Laudography.  Check out his new website, and a number of his featured galleries.  He does great work, and is having a lot of fun doing it.  He’s very … Continue reading

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… I am Yours

If there’s one question asked by this generation, it’s “Who am I?”  My generation asks it too, but not to the extent that today’s young people are.  We were the generation that summarily made the (absolute) call that there are … Continue reading

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