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Some days I wonder how Cal Ripken, Jr. felt. Not that I’m Cal Ripken Jr. He played in 2,632 consecutive baseball games, breaking Lou Gehrig’s seemingly unbreakable record. He was an iron man when many would sit out a game with a hangnail. ***** My friend, Jim Woods, calls me ...
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We get it backwards. Not just you. Not just me. We. We get things backwards. Take, for example, those of us who follow a life of faith, a life of following Christ. We believe that it’s about morality. We believe that our faith is about being good and doing good. ...
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I’m not sure how old I was when I first heard that Mother Goose had written some nursery rhymes. Perhaps it was my mom who told them to me. Maybe it was the book that someone gave me. I learned about Jack and Jill, Jack Sprat, and others. The one ...
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I was listening to a podcast the other day. The speaker asked a question about how you would want to be remembered. As I continued to listen, a thought occurred to me: What if I wrote my obituary? As I continued to ponder the question from the podcast, I wondered ...
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Last week I wrote a post called Ask Me A Question….Or Five. I was asked a few questions, so I want to take the opportunity today to answer those questions. I’ll start with the question Matt Cannon asked me. Matt is an old friend. I used to be his supervisor ...
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What would you give up for Christ? That’s the heart of what we discuss today. Last week we basically said that your resume’ doesn’t matter. Today it’s whether you would give everything up simply to know Christ. Paul did. He gave up everything on this resume’ to simply travel around ...
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My on-line friend, Jon Stolpe, is on a a short term mission trip this week. He and his family are making a return trip to Guatemala, where they are serving the Lord and building houses. In the meantime, several different people are guest posting over at Jon’s place. I spoke ...
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I had the extreme pleasure to have breakfast with Bill Grandi two days ago. Bill was in East Tennessee partaking of a vacation and, for some reason, wanted to meet up. We made plans to meet at a Cracker Barrel near where he was staying. While his family slept in, ...
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It all started easily enough. I grabbed my phone and my thumbs began doing their work. A simple tweet that was all it was going to be. But Shawn Smucker had to stick his nose into it. If you don’t know Shawn, well, that’s to your detriment. Shawn has become ...
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Life has really been busy lately. So busy that I’m even behind on replying to comments. In an effort to catch up ANDengage all of my friends in the Deuceology community, I’m going to try something new today. Ask me a question. Or five. I’ll give you an answer. I ...

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