Category Archives: Nostalgia

My Relationship with Words and “The Word” (Part Five)

I was recently given the opportunity to prepare for a sermon about “Learning to Love the Word of God” at H2O Church on Sunday, January 28, 2024. I chose to approach the topic from a very personal standpoint that maybe functioned … Continue reading

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Larry Norman Christmas

Earlier this month, I preached a sermon at H2O Church in which I shared an adaptation of a story I once heard from Larry Norman. I’ve counted him as one of my heroes for decades, but prior to that sermon … Continue reading

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Dystopia

Imagine an academic environment where climate change has made the concept of school “Snow Days” irrelevant. Instead, schools maintain functional equivalence through “Threats of Mass Violence Days.” When they hear reports or predictions of a storm (of violence) blowing in … Continue reading

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