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Archive for the ‘Sports’ Category

Divided We Fall

December 8, 2013

I have a love/hate relationship with sports. I love watching an athletic event where anything can happen. I love come from behind victories and underdogs who find someway to win. What I do not like about sports is the mentality often associated with it. Sports fans can be some of the rudest ugliest people on […]

Musings

September 20, 2013

Children & Worship Jamie Bruesehoff has written an excellent post on the importance of children in worship. She wonderfully details the struggle parents have wrestling with their children throughout worship, but then contrasts that with the blessings of having children in worship. We live in a culture that constantly wants to entertain children and send […]

The Problem With Football

September 17, 2013

Saturdays in the Fall are some of my most favorite weekends of the year. I am a football fan, and especially a college football fan. I have my favorite team that I root for, and I enjoy having conversations with friends about the current story lines out there. I love watching plays like Clowney’s hit […]

The Enduring Act of Ancient Worship

June 12, 2013

College football is 77 days away. I have spent my entire life going to college football games and it is one of my favorite things to do. Scott and I originally met at Oklahoma State, so we have a transcendent and unbreakable bond as we rejoice and suffer together on Saturdays. But no matter your […]

Musings

May 4, 2013

Building a Life Together Here is a brief but powerful letter on the importance of marriage: An Open Letter Tommy Nelson Wrote on Marriage The Importance of Preaching Here is a great read by veteran preacher, Grady King, on Why I’m Still Preaching Love Each Other Like I Loved You Chris Robey offers a powerful […]

Some Thoughts on a Tragedy

November 18, 2011

I had been looking forward to this day all week.  This is the day when my Alma Mater takes on Iowa State and moves one game closer to the national championship.  Now that we are within an hour of the game beginning all of that seems to matter very little.  I was awaken this morning […]

When Up is Down and Down is Up

November 10, 2011

I believe that most human beings are rational individuals, but we can sometimes attach ourselves to things which cause us to make irrational decisions.  This occurs all the time.  It does not even have to be a bad thing.  It could be something as good as our family, country, or school.  We should feel loyalty […]

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