Monthly Archives: September 2010

Use Caution

In our first year of marriage I left Austin Peay to work full-time, but my wife Chrisie continued pursuing her Social Work degree. One course she had to take in the Spring was Human Sexuality. It was a ridiculously explicit … Continue reading

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Explosions of Flavor

Back in 2007, I traveled with our campus ministry to HUT, which is kind of a missionary training camp, but also an excellent place to learn about the challenges faced in third world countries and poverty-stricken rural areas  (including in … Continue reading

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Not a Good Time

Back when I enjoyed flying, I always liked using Southwest. I enjoyed feeling as if I controlled a little of my destiny by choosing where I sat. I thought I chose well on one flight from Nashville. I looked near … Continue reading

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