Monthly Archives: March 2007

Stop Dating the Church (back again)

Josh Harris wrote a book entitled Stop Dating the Church. It talks about society’s need to be church-hoppers (or shoppers). What can the church do for me? Well, this was recently brought up again at Boundless on their blog entry. … Continue reading

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Challies and Worship

I got to meet Tim Challies (of the http://www.challies.com fame) recently at a conference. I appreciate what he says and how he says it. Today’s blog is no different. He writes on worship with a song by the All Star … Continue reading

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Fresh Pasta Blend

I have a calendar from Krafts foods and Mom and I vowed we would make each recipe on that calendar within the month that it was posted. So, being that we are getting close to the end of March – … Continue reading

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Taste of Lakeland – Dragon Buffet

Mom and I are on this weekly thing to taste new places in Lakeland. Dad doesn’t like asian food much so Mom and I have to try new things in that arena.We went to Dragon Buffet as many people we … Continue reading

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Big Prayer Day

Tomorrow (Sunday) I’m going to get out of here (the house) early and go down to one of the local lakes (its called Lakeland for a reason) and spend some time in prayer, Scripture, walking, listening to some Shane and … Continue reading

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more important things than March Madness

Last night – even with UF and UNC’s wins to enter the Elite 8 and continue playing for b-ball’s biggest prize…there is something even more important. UPDATE as of Monday morning: Jason died this morning in NJ. Pray for the … Continue reading

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A fave psalm, bball, and walking

I don’t know if it will be in the order of the title…probably not. In about 30 minutes the Gators tip off in the Sweet 16. Most analysists say that have it easy. Last night’s games were 3/4 decided by … Continue reading

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