What I Think: About LGBT&Q Rights and Marriage Equality 12

Disclaimer: You (yes, you) should only read the following post if you are actually interested is finding out what I think about LGBT&Q rights and Marriage Equality. I’m going to warn you right off the bat – this is probably not going to be very funny (of course, on the other hand, it may be; ...

Ordinary, Red-Neck Indiana Farmer Defies Expectations, Finds Solution to Most of World’s Problems 7

My church is a pretty typical Indiana country church; it varies anywhere from pretty conservative to very conservative. A large portion of our congregation are veterans, and we have a large number of our children who are either currently serving in the military, or waiting for graduation to leave for basic training. We have a ...

Pine Ridge Indian Reservation: A Largely Unknown Known

For those of you who are interested in Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, here’s a link to a paper I wrote for Napenasi.com, a blog I write for Nape Na Si, a mission organization that works on Pine Ridge: Shaking Up the Blissful Ignorance: I hope you’ll take the time to read it, and then more ...

Doctor, Doctor

Here’s a link to my latest article for The Odyssey: Doctor, Doctor, Give Me the (good) News It’s kind of a follow-up to last week’s That Certain Friend (also available on The Odyssey Online, and here, in last week’s moonsthoughts post, although it certainly stands on its own. I hope you enjoy it, and, as ...

A Few Thoughts on Life, Thought, and the Diet of Eagles

Hey folks! Here are links to two new articles by me. I hope you enjoy ’em, and that they make you think. As always, thanks for reading! I’m Aliiiiiiiiiive! On Thought and the Diet of Eagles Share this:FacebookEmailLinkedInRedditTwitterGoogleTumblrPinterestPocketLike this:Like Loading...

What’s Wrong with Me? A Little Overdue Self-Examination 2

There is an anecdote, perhaps apocryphal, that G.K. Chesterton once responded to the question, “What is wrong with the world?” from The Times of London with the answer, “I am.” Now, Chesterton was a very, very smart writer, critic, and theologian, so who am I to question him? However, he died in 1936, and the ...

The Real Rich Mullins, Shameless Namedropping and the Cult of Personality 104

The Real Rich Mullins, Shameless Namedropping and the Cult of Personality
  This morning I got up, got all the critters fed, and sat down to check my e-mail. Oddly, there were new comments on a post I wrote about my brother Rich Mullins a while back. When I checked the stats on my blog, that post had gotten over 200 views today. Now, that particular ...

Adventures of a House-Husband: Christmas Edition 2

Merry Christmas everybody! Right now, I’m sitting here feeling sorry for anybody who isn’t me. Last night, in an effort to minimize the cooking over the next couple of days, I whipped up another huge batch of Slopbucket; arguably the greatest and deadliest meal known to man (the recipe is in another post entitled “Adventures ...

A Simple Solution to Today’s Problems

All day now, actually, for the last two days now, I’ve been trying to write a post on capitalism. Before you panic, I was neither condemning nor condoning it, just discussing it, with a couple of ideas/suggestions that I thought might make it work a little better. I had in my mind a very measured, ...

Tips For Happy Living: Don’t Worry About A Thing 7

” ‘Cause every little thing Gonna be all right” That Bob Marley was a smart guy. Happy living is an elusive bird. We all want it, but it seems like no one wants us to have it. It’s kind of aggravating. Lately, I’ve been kind of worked up about things. It seems like the world ...
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