Thursday, April 22, 2004

Posted by on 4.22.04 in Internet/Blogging

9:16 AM Eric Rubio (one of our high school students) sends the following report on the Christian response (“Day of Purity”) to yesterday’s pro-homosexual “Day of Silence” observed by some of the students at Oak Park-River Forest High School: I would guess that at least forty percent of the student body was participa…

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Saturday, April 17, 2004

Posted by on 4.17.04 in Sermons, Preaching, Internet/Blogging

10:45 AM I got up early and took a two-hour through Whittier (where Rick and Joanne Hale live). I made it all the way to Whittier Boulevard, then turned back and headed for home. When I got to Colima Blvd., it started sprinkling. By the time I got to Broadway the rain was falling steadily. I was soaking wet when I got back …

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Friday, December 12, 2003

Posted by on 12.12.03 in Churches, Tupelo, Internet/Blogging

10:05 PM Big renovation news I forgot to mention earlier: The permanent surface for the gym was delivered today. Right now it’s stacked in boxes right on the subfloor. The workers should begin installing it next week. 9:39 PM Fun time with the junior highers tonight. The girls were all dressed up and the guys were wearing s…

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Tuesday, December 9, 2003

Posted by on 12.9.03 in China, Internet/Blogging

7:21 PM David Limbaugh documents the increasing hostility to Christianity in our society. He ends with a question worthy of discussion:It’s one thing for Christians to argue that they should rejoice in their persecution – that’s even biblical. But it’s an entirely different matter for us to stand by idly as our cultur…

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Friday, November 28, 2003

Posted by on 11.28.03 in China, Internet/Blogging

9:36 PM Notable Quote: “In the world it is called tolerance, but in hell it is called despair … the sin that believes in nothing, interferes with nothing, enjoys nothing, hates nothing, finds purpose in nothing, lives for nothing and remains alive because there is nothing for which it will die. – Dorothy Sayers” …

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