Monthly Archives: September 2010

Reflections on Home and Week 34

Monday was a significant day. Monday marked the 112th day of bedrest for Jen in our first pregnancy. Monday marked the 70th day of hospitalization for Jen. Monday signaled the beginning of Week 34 in the pregnancy; a miracle upon

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A Guest Post from Jen: Thoughts on Week 33

(Editor’s Note: The following is a guest post from my sweet wife, Jen. I continue to be encouraged and amazed by this woman, and hope that you will find this piece informative, encouraging, and uplifting. She will be able to

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Clearly, the FDA does not watch “The Simpsons”.

A salmon genetically engineered to grow quickly is safe to eat and poses little risk to the environment, the Food and Drug Administration said Friday. via Modified Salmon Is Safe to Eat, F.D.A. Says – NYTimes.com. Clearly, the F.D.A. does

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Posted in Scattered Miscellany

Some thoughts on “Why”, and Week 32.

I am so grateful for the faithful prayers of God’s people. Miraculously, we have gotten to week 32 (the mere utterance sends chills down my spine as I think about the fact that NO ONE thought we would be here).

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Redefining a “Culture-War”

Admittedly, this next quote is a bit long, and could be complex. I encourage you to thoughtfully read and process it all. For Christians to regard the work of culture in any literal sense as “kingdom-building” this side of heaven

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Posted in Culture, Theology

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