Philosopher Alain de Botton provided some marriage advice recently in The New York Times. He claims that for the past two-and-a-half centuries many of us have been deceived by what he calls the Romantic view of marriage. He defines the Romantic view as the belief "that a perfect (human) being exists who can meet all our … Continue reading Free Marriage Advice
ABC's Wide World of Sports aired on Saturdays from April 29, 1961 to January 3, 1998. The host for the entire 37-year run of the show was Jim McKay (no relation). 😊 The opening monologue is now iconic. Watch it here. Spanning the globe to bring you the constant variety of sport... the thrill of victory... and … Continue reading Sometimes Winning is Losing
Message Notes My favorite bread is Promise Bread from Costco – “everything free” bread / you’d think it would cost less! For some, the consequences of consuming gluten can severe. Rash. Swelling. Digestive complications. What Paul is showing us in 1 Corinthians 5:6-13 is that there is a spiritual form of gluten that will cause … Continue reading The Unleavened Life
2006 started off as a bad year for Charles Moore. He lost his job as a roofer in Toledo, Ohio, and decided to return to his hometown of Detroit in search of work. Sadly, Moore soon found himself living on the street. While homeless, he stumbled upon 31 U.S. Savings Bonds in a city trash … Continue reading When the Right Thing is the Hard Thing
In June of 1938, J.R.R. Tolkien wrote a letter to his editor Stanley Unwin to explain why he was behind schedule finishing the final draft of The Hobbit. Instead of creating more material, he decided to start over and rewrite the entire first three chapters. His motivation was the feedback of a trusted friend and … Continue reading What is Your TQ?