Just added…a schedule so that you can read through all 66 books in one year with us. Please just choose “In One Year” in the menu at the top…or the link that you’ll see show up in this post. 🙂
Well, it has been an inauspicious start to 2012 for Traditores. I’m going to blame it on my cold, but although we did broadcast my first sermon of 2012, we didn’t record it. 🙁 I forgot to hit "record." Well, considering what the cold has done to my voice, maybe that’s more of a blessing…at…
Going Gaga Over Christmas
(I wrote this in a particularly snarky frame of mind, so if you aren’t in a good mood or are a Yankees fan, please back away from the computer and save reading this for another time. :-)) I know I spend way too much money at Amazon MP3…but I’ve been addicted to music since I…
Christmas Album “Must Haves” (2011 Version)
Okay…I really should be working on my sermon, but I figured I’d list my “must have” Christmas albums and songs (almost all available on Amazon MP3)…in no specific order: “Christmastime” by Michael W. Smith “Christmas Portrait” by The Carpenters “The Christmas Song” by Nat King Cole “Christmas Classics” by Bing Crosby (includes “Peace on Earth/Little…
Luther Plays “Amen” & “This Little Light of Mine”
Nothin' better than an awesome artist (and great human being) singing a Christian song. I take that back, singing two Christian songs is better! 🙂 This is Luther "Guitar Junior" Johnson playing at the Antrim Home & Harvest Festival. [youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PzfW31DvenA&rel=0&w=512] A bonus non-Christian song by Luther:
“Too often we underestimate…”
Too often we underestimate the power of a touch, a smile, a kind word, a listening ear, an honest compliment, or the smallest act of caring, all of which have the potential to turn a life around. –Leo Buscaglia, Born for Love (as quoted by Barbara Oakley in Cold-Blooded Kindness).
Do Views Exist On a Linear Trajectory?
Often when we see the excesses of a given group—political, religious, or etcetera—we connect them with one end or the other of the given categorization’s spectrum. It is as if we pull out some graph paper, draw a straight line, and are convinced that anyone’s view can be plotted on it. A little bit left…