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Today was supposed to be Your Birthday.

Today was supposed to be your birthday. Today we would have found out if you were a boy or a girl. After all, your Mom and I have already gone back and forth for months (and yes even years) about … Continue reading

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Nursing school, mourning, and where is God?- A Personal Davidic Lament (Psalm 13)

NOTE: This is not to be read as a “pity Jonathan.”  I would like the reader to read the faith struggle and doubt. For the tone I wish it to be read you can listen to it here: https://soundcloud.com/sycamoreview/03-psalm-13-how-long-o-lord?in=sycamoreview/sets/the-psalms-project Psalm … Continue reading

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Honoring the Pope, Hope, and Peace: An Argentine Protestant’s view of the Papacy

(Image taken from Argentine News paper) http://www.clarin.com/europa/Iglesia-catolica-nuevo-Papa_0_881912011.html The title of this blog may seem odd to some and before I begin I want to give my worldview because we all wear rose-colored glasses that affect how we see the world. … Continue reading

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Neller’s Nifty Fifty

“Neller’s Nifty Fifty” I have had several requests to post Dr. Neller’s “Neller’s Nifty Fifty.” I am pleasantly surprised to say that he apparently never waivered in his list.  He always had 51 not 50 passages to memorize.  As evidence … Continue reading

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Beginning with the End in Mind: In Memoriam Dr Ken Neller

They say that when you write a song you should start with the end in mind. Similarly with telling a joke; you don’t want to give the punch line early or you ruin the joke.  Without the punch line at … Continue reading

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Pink daisies, Divorce, and caring for the wounded: How some Christians got it right!

I like flowers.  No, I don’t need anyone to send me any flowers but I know someone that does. I am not going to presume to be the flower expert.  My Dad is the flower connoisseur in my family; he … Continue reading

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Losing part of a finger, A name, and Heaven: Where is God in all of this?

What is the big deal about someone’s name?  People name their kids after fruits, medical conditions, former athletes, famous politicians, rulers, Greek mythology, and even the urban legend A – A (pronounced Adasha).  Regardless, I am a firm believer in … Continue reading

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