Archive | July, 2009

Review: Religion Saves And Nine Other Misconceptions by Mark Driscoll

27 July 2009

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Review of Religion Saves And Nine Other Misconceptions I have an admission: I submitted to review this book partly out of somewhat morbid curiosity. Over the years, I’ve heard things about Mark Driscoll, the Mars Hill Church(es), and the movement formerly known as “emergent”. But that was also buffered by some great people from Mars […]

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Baby Madelynn…

26 July 2009

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Things have been pretty quiet on the blog the past couple of weeks as we approached the birth. Though delayed, birth there was, and this is the story. Because we were past due, tests were ordered by our midwives on Friday to check on the baby. (At that point, we were 9 days past due). […]

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Confession…

14 July 2009

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Many people don’t know this, and that’s simply because I’ve chosen not to make it a big deal…or more importantly, to allow it to define me: at the end of 1992, I was medically discharged from the Navy with a 20% disability rating. There’s no need for me to go into what the medical condition […]

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Six Degrees? Not Even Close…

4 July 2009

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Six Degrees of Separation, for those that don’t know, is the idea that everyone is at most six degrees away from any other person on Earth. Social networking puts this to the test: you connect to people you know, and those people are connected to who they know, and so on. Yesterday the idea failed […]

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Must Be Getting Close…

3 July 2009

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JoAnn’s been doing laundry like crazy today. And now actually packing the bags we need for when we have to head to the birth center. Should I start getting nervous yet…?

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Tick Tock…

3 July 2009

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We now have 1 week and 5 days until the baby’s due date. Yikes.

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