Monthly Archives: December 2007

Anyone know about free audio conferencing?

Comments are open: Has anyone had experience with free audio conferencing services like Powwownow? There are others like this, this, and this. We tried a test on Powwownow and it worked fine and was as easy to use as the … Continue reading

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Trouble and prayer

No one prays for anything deeply who has not been deeply alarmed. -Martin Luther

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Decisions decisions

For any who are job searching over a Christmas break, this Sproul anecdote may be of help. This is the way we are to make decisions in all “gray areas.” After declining the invitation to teach at [a merged] seminary, … Continue reading

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Opposites attract

We have been told that we have to make the Church attractive to the man outside, and the idea is to become as much like him as we can. There were certain popular padres during the first world war who … Continue reading

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Christian Vocation

My sister called awhile back and said hey, my daughter and I have been talking. “About what?” “About how we’d like you to support us.” And I replied, “Well, I’ve been sitting around trying to figure out how to get … Continue reading

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Jolly Christmas is mine; what’s yours?

If I had to pick a favorite Christmas CD, I’d go with Sinatra’s Jolly Christmas. This classic was recorded during his 1950s peak. Sinatra’s version of Jingle Bells is the definitive one. The harmless if childish ditty just never sounds … Continue reading

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The junkyard of possessions

Recently I come across some old reruns of Let’s Make a Deal, the 60s and 70s game show where Monty Hall offered prize deals to a costumed studio audience. I remember wishing that I was in that ooh-ing and aah-ing … Continue reading

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