Monthly Archives: February 2009

Some recent thoughts

Just collecting some quotes and thoughts from this week. From The Seven Storey Mountain by Thomas Merton: Whoever you are, the land to which God has brought you is not like the land of Egypt from which you came out. … Continue reading

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What’s on my nightstand today?

Wow, it’s that time again. Right now I have a nice stack: Les Miserables for the March Classics Bookclub at 5M4B. Christianity in Crisis: 21st Century for the Thomas Nelson Book Review Bloggers honey, i don’t have a headache tonight … Continue reading

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Deeper Water by Robert Whitlow (review)

This is our March book club choice: Deeper Water (Tides of Truth Series, Book 1). I have never read anything by Robert Whitlow so I was wondering what I would find. Then I start it and find out the main … Continue reading

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The Seven Storey Mountain – review

I finally finished The Seven Storey Mountain by Thomas Merton. Here are some thoughts on the book. I’m not a Catholic so it was interesting to see his perspective on Mary and purgatory. What I enjoyed was that his faith … Continue reading

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My week

Well, it’s been an interesting week. I haven’t gotten to bed early enough each night to be good about getting up at 5am. I only got up early 2 days this past week and only worked out 3 days all … Continue reading

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New Me, new week

Time for an update. I was up and working out 4 days last week. I was starting to feel a little bit under the weather and I was up late Thursday night with my EMBA dinner, so I slept in … Continue reading

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While I was visiting the blog of a young woman who serves on a Mercy Ship (she’s home on leave right now) I found this video. The concept is very interesting. I thought I’d share. [vimeo][/vimeo] Posting this from Vimeo

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Discussing Darfur

My EMBA class met again tonight. Last month we discussed the professional violinist who played in the Washington Metro. I agree with my friend that it wasn’t a fair test being in a spot where most people passing would have … Continue reading

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Love and Marriage

This week I’ve read a few good articles/blog entries by Sheila Wray Gregoire. I’ve been reading Sheila’s blog entries for about a month now and I find them very useful and smart. I just got her book Honey, I Don’t … Continue reading

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This week’s question

The question this week: Have you read any Christian classics? Which would you recommend and why? If you haven’t read any, why not? Are they too intimidating? Not enough time? Are any on your TBR pile? Much like Becky, the … Continue reading

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