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Monthly Archives: December 2011

The power of small

This morning I’m reminded of the power of small. It’s been cold at night in Tucson and recently the furnace began some new noises. I decided to investigate before calling my friend who fixes furnaces. This morning I disconnected the flue to look down into the blower cage where the noise was coming from – that’s where the small blower … Continue reading

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Hearts in rhythm?

Listening to free internet radio Christmas morning here in Tucson while the house is still quiet I’ve heard a public service health ad about the importance of our physical hearts being in rhythm a couple of times now. I learned our hearts can beat out of rhythm and we might not realize that’s what’s slowing us down — keeping us … Continue reading

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Modern parable?

Many T4 Global content developers around the world see the three “lost” parables Jesus told in Luke chapter 15 – lost sheep, lost coin and lost son – as key Scripture passages to translate so they can tell them in their own language as stories, songs, dramas and proverbs. Today I’m wondering if American “sports” culture has a modern parable … Continue reading

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