Standing in the Gap in a Society that's Warring with God.

Video Saturday

March 6th, 2010 Viewed 1671 times, 1 so far today

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In an attempt to lighten up on Saturdays, I’ll attempt to publish some videos that I have seen that I think are fascinating or fun.  I hope that you enjoy them.

Microsoft Has a New Search Engine

June 16th, 2009 Viewed 1795 times, 2 so far today

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Just when you thought Google had it all sewn up, Microsoft is still attempting to come up with an answer to Google and to try to get in on Google’s millions making search engine.

The Best of 2008

January 5th, 2009 Viewed 1869 times, 1 so far today

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It’s that time again.  Time to look back at 2008 and see how the Lord blessed:

Change is in the Air

October 30th, 2008 Viewed 2599 times, 1 so far today

LaptopThe human experience is full of change.  Nothing is consistent and nothing is guaranteed.  Some parents wish that their children would never grow up, because at each stage of life there’s something new and unique to enjoy.  People enter and leave our lives at various times, and try as we might we are not able to keep them where we want them.

Continuing Through the Weekend

October 10th, 2008 Viewed 1198 times, 1 so far today


Weekends are back.

This summer, I suspended writing for the weekends, only popping up occasionally, but starting this weekend the analysis will continue.  So, if you aren’t already subscribed to my RSS feed, you’ll want to check back here this weekend and every one up until the election because we’re going to keep talking about the grand themes and what comes up next.

Brillante Weblog Premio – 2008

September 22nd, 2008 Viewed 2956 times, 1 so far today


Mama Archer has given this blog an award.  At least, I think it’s this blog.  Nowadays you have to be pretty good to find where I’m writing.  (Whew!)

In any case, I’d like to thank—wait a second.  She says I got this award because I’m one of her top 5 commenters.  So I got this award because of my quantity of comments.


Preaching on Sunday

September 19th, 2008 Viewed 2746 times, 1 so far today

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As some of you know, I occasionally fill in the pulpit for my church when the pastor’s away.  For the last four or five years I’ve also filled the pulpit in a small church in a nearby town when their pastor1 takes vacation.  I did this back around Memorial Day, and I was asked to do it again this weekend.

I was looking through some of the sermon material that I used only a few months ago (and blogged), and I was figuring that if I ran out of time I would recycle2.

  1. They’re now on their third pastor since I’ve started doing this, so I’ve outlasted them! []
  2. Don’t look at me like that.  This is something that many fill-in preachers do! []

I’ve Found A Great Laptop

September 5th, 2008 Viewed 2497 times, 1 so far today

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Ok, so I’m checking around in my e-mail and blogs this morning when I spot this: The Dell Mini 9 Laptop.

At the cheapest setting this laptop is only $349—and that’s with a solid state hard drive, a genuine Intel processor and Ubuntu OS.

You don’t know how terrific of a buy this is for a person that just needs to surf the web.

Find a New Theme

August 12th, 2008 Viewed 2606 times, 1 so far today

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The Internet is a highly visual place.  That being the case, it’s a good thing for every blog to get a virtual new can of paint at least once a year.

This can mean changing up or decluttering the sidebar, it could mean doing more features or series, or it could mean either finding a good new free template or buying a template from a good designer.

Whoa—Time to Cut Back on the Plugins!

August 11th, 2008 Viewed 2527 times, 1 so far today

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The other day I was noticing that my blog was running ridiculously slow when I was in the admin panel.  This was with having Google Gears turned on.

There are three things that go toward the speed of your blog—or any computer for that matter.  The number of processors, the amount of memory, and the amount of time across the network.

Since I only deal with broadband Internet, I didn’t think it was that.  Memory seemed ok—and the main site was functional.  That, and other sites I’m running seemed to be downright perky.  So, what was the deal?


Standing in the Gap in a Society that's Warring with God.