Archives: September 2006

sermon thought...

Posted September 30, 2006 @ 12:20pm | by Tripp

"It is natural for us to wish that all men who bear the name of Christian should join our Chruch, our sect, our society; but after all, there is no place for bigotry among the followers of Christ...Christians should feel a generous tolerance toward their fellow believers of every name."-Charles...

 

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1986 and too tall stools...

Posted September 30, 2006 @ 8:31am | by Tripp

Trish and I are having coffee at our kitchen island. We think the stools I purchased are a little too tall. I am afraid that the other size will be too short. Ah. The trials and tribulations of kitchen stuff.WXRT is featuring 1986 on the Saturday Morning Flashback. I was in high...

 

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the tempest

Posted September 29, 2006 @ 3:33pm | by Tripp

This is a brief video from a local news station about the production of The Tempest that Trish was part of...

 

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breakfast mumblings

Posted September 29, 2006 @ 6:42am | by Tripp

Cheesetoast is toasting in the oven. Ever since I was a little boy cheesetoast has been a favorite of mine. But since I read some of Patrick O'Brien's nautical stories I now think of the sea when I eat cheese toast. It amazes me how much a book can capture and shape the imagination.I am at low...

 

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university of blogaria update

Posted September 28, 2006 @ 9:03am | by Tripp

There have been a few faculty changes here at the Sjlbvdnzv Campus.Welcome Jorge Sanchez to the Arminian and yet Reformed faculty! He holds the Pablo Neruda Chair for Political Science and Benedictine Spirituality. Camassia and Jennifer Collins are both officially on sabbatical. They have...

 

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good day...long day

Posted September 28, 2006 @ 6:43am | by Tripp

Leiturgia...work, people. It means work. I worked long hours yesterday. Liturgy. And I think that it was all God-work (Gottwerk). Excellent.But now I need some down time. It ain't gonna happen, but there you go.Today I will write my sermon for Sunday.Tomorrow there are meetings to enjoy...

 

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