Monthly Archives: February 2013

Snowy Cactus

I keep up with golf, and yesterday was one of the weirdest days I can remember. The Accenture Matchplay tournament had to cancel its first round yesterday because of snow. That may not seem strange, considering it’s February, but it … Continue reading

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Called

What does it mean to be “called” to do something? Does it mean we feel we are going to be a success? Does it mean we are going to become famous or well-liked? What if being called simply means acting … Continue reading

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Fire in the Sky

Today was a weird day in world news as a meteorite struck Russia, injuring a few hundred people in its path. I’ve never seen a meteor strike in person, but the videos are incredible. I can’t imagine what I would … Continue reading

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Giving Up

Today is Ash Wednesday, the first day of Lent. Christians all over the world are sacrificing luxuries for the next 40 days in order to reflect on the sacrifice made by Jesus on the cross. It is interesting that we … Continue reading

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Together in Heartbreak

Nothing is closer to our hearts than our homes. They represent family, comfort, and familiarity. We take pride in our homes, we brag about them, and we have entire stores dedicated to improving them. There is nothing more intrinsic to … Continue reading

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An Opportunity

Record heat, devastating fires, and families left homeless. Farmers trying to figure out where to turn when their livelihood looks hopeless. This is the story of Tasmania right now, but it is also the story of Texas a few years … Continue reading

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