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She Blinded Me With Science

Or in this case, he. Two weeks ago, my son won a first place ribbon at the school science fair and advanced to regionals. I'm not sure who was happier. My son or his parental units. As I was helping my son put together the poster board and write the report, I finally figured out… Continue reading She Blinded Me With Science

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Another Brick in the Wall

Last week I went on a short-term missions trip. And when I say short-term, I mean four hours. I was there to support a couple of sibling missionaries.¬†They're young and I'm not sure their faith is at the point where they should even be in the mission field. OK, they're technically not serving as missionaries… Continue reading Another Brick in the Wall

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Voices Carry

Yes, another song about domestic violence and another post about fiction that deals with this sad but real problem. A few months back I mentioned Rajdeep Paulus's Swimming Through Clouds in my post¬†Luka. If you haven't snapped up this book, you are missing a fantastic story. And Rajdeep's sequel Seeing Through Stones is even better.… Continue reading Voices Carry