Life, adventure and faith from southwest Virginia

Month March 2007

Review: The Prestige

Mark told me in a comment on my review of The Illusionist that if I enjoyed it, I would love The Prestige. He was right. It’s a must see. A little pat on the back for myself… After watching this… Continue Reading →

Time says the Bible should be taught in schools…

What think ye of last week’s (April 2, 2007) cover story in Time magazine that encourages the Bible to be taught in schools? Here is another good article about the shock of the Christian community to a positive report from… Continue Reading →

Cartoon for Mac switchers

Love this cartoon for Mac switchers! Thanks, Jason!

Soda geyser tube

I am such a sucker for stuff like this. I agree with Tim. I just gotta have one of these…

Review: Creating Community

Creating Community: Five Keys to Building a Small Group Culture is an intensely practical book for those who understand that smaller is better for life change and transformation in ministry. Andy Stanley and Bill Willits are staffers at North Point… Continue Reading →

Sanjayah lives!

I laughed rather heartily last night as my wife gasped in dismay when she discovered that Sanjayah had made it through another week on American Idol. She has rebuked me thoroughly for my earlier post and told friends, “Jeff is… Continue Reading →

Wii may be wiinning

Now I’m not quite ready to run out and purchase a Wii, obviously. My trusty Xbox still give Sam and I hours of fun and entertainment. However, with the release of two new gaming systems over the holidays, I’ve been… Continue Reading →

Review: “She Calls Me Daddy” (3 stars)

She Calls Me Daddy by Robert Wolgemuth was a nice book. The author is humorous, which I really appreciate, and his suggestions for being a father to your daughter not only are challenging, but they’re also deeply practical. You can’t… Continue Reading →

Living with a photographer

This cartoon has the role reversed in our house…

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