Monthly Archives: November 2012


Most of my friends know that I am somewhat of a health nut. I have been running all of my life, I am conscious of the things I eat, etc. But there are many things, such as genetics, for which … Continue reading

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Conic Sections and Scripture

I taught math in high school for many years. One of my favorite topics was the study of the conic sections. Basically this is the study of several different type graphs and the equations associated with each. One of the … Continue reading

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Behold, how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity! Psalms 133:1 It is a blessing many families enjoy. The family members pretty much all get along. There is harmony. A family get-together usually results … Continue reading

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Who Are You?

My Teresa has a paper on our refrigerator titled “Tips for an exceptional, superb, and powerful life.” It is a list of 39 suggestions. Why 39? If I came up with 39 I think I would add one more to … Continue reading

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Sins Progression

You may be familiar with the story of Achan from Joshua 7. The children of Israel had suffered a surprising defeat at Ai. When Joshua approached GOD inquiring why His people had been defeated, GOD told him simply that there … Continue reading

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The Outcome

I am a college football fan. This past weekend my favorite team had a huge rivalry game. Alabama and LSU played on a Saturday night in Baton Rouge, both ranked in the top five. If you like college football, it … Continue reading

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Child Rearing

I recently ran across some notes I scribbled down several years ago before doing a presentation. These were done when my children were growing up and also coincidentally when I was in public education. All of these thoughts are applicable … Continue reading

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Opportunity. With the mention of the word one usually thinks about missed chances. Indeed the saying goes that opportunity only knocks once. Seize the moment. I remember a few years ago a not so famous coach of my favorite team … Continue reading

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