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Training For Game Day


option1The following is a guest post from my wife, Aubrey Smith.

Rarely do we ever know the last time is the last time.  For me that last time was a call 13 years ago today when I talked with one of my closest friends, Jeff.  We talked about college, ships (a favorite topic of mine), and comedy (a personal favorite of his).  As we wrapped up our two hour call he said “good-bye” in a way that felt like he knew this was the last time we would talk.  I wish I would have known because there would have been so many questions I would have asked him. Continue Reading…

In Defense of Guilt


Turns out the Emily Letts story is even more outrageous than it initially appeared. Yes, Emily Letts killed ((kill: to cause the death of a living thing)) her baby ((Her characterization of what was inside her, not mine.)) but there’s more.

It turns out she entered the the video in a competition and won. ((Here is the 2013 call for entries. And here is the announcement of the winners.)) The competition’s purpose? To remove the stigma of abortion. Let that sink in: She filmed her abortion and entered it in a contest to encourage others that it’s not so bad. Continue Reading…

Photoshop and Other Immoral Software

So, I ‘ve seen this video popping up in a number of places lately. If you haven’t watched it yet, you should.

I don’t understand the language, and I’m not familiar with the artist, but I think the video speaks for itself. At least that’s what Facebook nation believes. Continue Reading…

Love the Chicken, Hate the Sin

I recently shared this article by Barnabas Piper that criticizes today’s “Chick-fil-A Appreciation Day”.

I got a mixed response to the article and was asked what I thought. I’m not sure whether my thoughts add anything, as I largely agree with Piper, but here they are anyway…
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If I Were the Devil

Take a listen to these prophetic words written by Paul Harvey nearly 50 years ago. It’s almost like these were his instructions, and they have been followed with precision. (Transcript follows)



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