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Echo

I don’t remember a single word my little league coaches said to me. Sure, if I sat long enough with it I could probably come up with, “Choke up” or “Don’t use your face to catch the ball” or something … Continue reading

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Even When the Tire Blows

This week, much of the Chapel staff was away at a conference.  The intention was to keep you posted on what was going on, but our hotel had other ideas.  Mainly, their idea was to charge $12.99 per day to … Continue reading

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Rest Assured

The pitter-patter of rain is singing me to sleep.  I’m here in my office, writing a blog post that was supposed to be finished by 10 am.  The day has been part hustle, part bustle, and weary-making task after task … Continue reading

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Going off into the Wild Blue Yonder

With graduation season upon us, Judith Hargett weighs in on her post-high school entrance into the wider world. When I began my senior year of high school, I knew change was coming.  Though I don’t remember ever being told, it … Continue reading

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The Woeful State of Our Words

I caught an interesting news cycle before leaving for work this morning.  The story was, more or less, on profanity of all things. First, it featured the hapless news-anchor whose career had finally arrived as he was on-set for his … Continue reading

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What’s In the Name?

For Romeo and Juliet, names made all the difference.  The smitten pair just had the wrong last names is all.  If Romeo would have been Romeo Anderson or Romeo Smith, well, a happily ever after would have ensued and Disney … Continue reading

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In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth, remember all that?  Recall how God tactically went about creating things each day?  After each day, God would assess the day’s activity and nod with approval: “It is good.” Then … Continue reading

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Today and Every Day After

1 Corinthians 15:3-4 says, “For I delivered to you as of first importance what I also received, that Christ died for our sins according to the Scriptures, and that He was buried, and that He was raised on the third … Continue reading

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Healthcare, Gun Control, Same-sex Marriage and the Mission at Hand

There is a lot going on in the world right now. Upheaval in the Middle East and Israel. Staggering economic conditions in much of the world. Fear-mongering and threats pouring from North Korea. And here at home, of course, we … Continue reading

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Missions Conference 2013

The flags are up, the speaker en route, international coffee ordered, yes, the 2013 Missions Conference is here. This year will feature three missions-minded talks from Brian Lewis, Regional Director of Campus Outreach: Memphis. In addition to his messages, there … Continue reading

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