KJV Readers of the I-15 Corridor!

It is time to celebrate! (HT: SI)

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November Book Recommendations

There were three books that I recommended to our church family for the month of November:

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From C.S. Lewis & Eustace to John Calvin on heart issues . . .

Ok, LDS friends, you might ask me, “Todd, how in the world do you make such a connection today.” Well, sit down by the cozy, crackling fire, enjoy some hot cocoa with me, and let me try to connect some dots in some of my recent reading.

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The LDS temple, Calvary Chapel magazine, and Pakistan

In picking up two of my kids from school today, I also picked up the Calvary Chapel Magazine (Issue 46 * Winter 2011).  On the front cover of the magazine, I noticed a picture of the Salt Lake City temple right smack dab in the middle of the picture.  Actually, the picture was on the […]

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Monday Meditations

1.  Rick Brown at Calvary Chapel shared some of  his recent experiences in Uganda and led me to I Chronicles 16:7-12: On that day David first delivered this psalm into the hand of Asaph and his brethren, to thank the LORD:  Oh, give thanks to the LORD!  Call upon His name; make known His deeds among […]

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Today is a Day of Mourning

I was doing so well about being thankful all week . . . until our Bronco Nation dreams in Idaho were crushed last night.

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An Anglican Question

I have on my desk an original copy, The New and Complete Life of Our Blessed Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, by Rev. Paul Wright, D.D. vicar of Oakley. This volume is 200 years old.  And the author combats the deists of the day. I wonder.  Was this guy related to N.T. Wright?

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Faith & Works & George W. Bush

I would encourage all of you to read at least the first chapter of the book, Decision Points (2010), by George W. Bush.  Buy a frap at Barnes & Noble and peruse the book (much cheaper than forking over the bucks to buy the book).  This first chapter talks about his family history and ends […]

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Will Harry Reid topple today?

Eyes are looking down to the bottom of the I-15 Corridor.  What will be the outcome at the end of the day?

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Did you enjoy Reformation Sunday a couple days ago?

Martin Luther once wrote, The chief cause that I fell out with the pope was this:  The pope boasted that he was the head of the church, and condemned all that would not be under his power and authority; for what he said, although Christ be the head of the church, yet, notwithstanding, there must […]

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