Heading to Somewhere Else

Heading to Somewhere Else “Would you tell me, please, which way I ought to go from here?” “That depends a good deal on where you want to get to,” said the Cat. “I don’t much care where–” said Alice. “Then it doesn’t matter which way you go,” said the Cat. “–so long as I get SOMEWHERE,” Alice added as … Continue reading Heading to Somewhere Else →
A Thanksgiving The day demanded Thankfulness So counted I each blessing Yet oft plagued with Forgetfulness My short list was distressing Then I remembered you, my friends And thought of all you’ve done Your kindly spirit never ends To this unworthy one So at this time that such requires To friends who’s friendship never tires As all … Continue reading A Thanksgiving →
THE BIG BOOK OF BAD BAPTIST PREACHERS For years Jeri Massi has been cataloging the abusers and criminals who have plagued Baptist fundamentalism. She pulls no punches and takes no prisoners either on her blog on in her numerous books. Her latest book, The Big Book of Bad Baptist Preachers: 100 Cases of Sex Abuse of Children and Exploitation of the Innocent, … Continue reading THE BIG BOOK OF BAD BAPTIST PREACHERS →
Bring Them In In Sunday school many years ago, I heard the tales of the missionaries of olden days and my heart was awed by their bravery and their sacrifice. They suffered disease, famine, shipwreck, and death at very hands of the people they went to reach. We were inspired. We were delighted. “Anywhere with Jesus,” we would … Continue reading Bring Them In →
“Old-time” “Religion” I wonder if he realizes that printed books are a relatively new technology? That verse about the “great men” is starting more and more to be used in the same breath as the one about “old paths.”