Monthly Archives: October 2012

Luke 16:10 Hilarious High School Bloopers?

Today’s post was written by Rusty Wright with Meg Korpi. ——— I laughed so hard, I ached. A while back, a friend e-mailed me a list of “Worst analogies written by high school students.” I began using them when presenting … Continue reading

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Luke 15:11-32 Part 3 of 3 The Father—Love and Grace

In Part 1 of this series, I talked about the prodigal son, and how after some hard lessons stemming from his initial pride, and accelerated by desperate circumstances, he humbled himself and came home to his father. In Part 2, … Continue reading

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Luke 15:11-32 Part 2 of 3 The Older Brother—Pride

When I was growing up, I was a younger sister, but I always felt like the older brother in the parable of the prodigal son. My older brother was always pushing the limits as far as what he should and … Continue reading

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Luke 15:11-32, Part 1 of 3 The Prodigal Son—Humility

Most people go through a rebellious stage at some point. For many it is in their teenage years, or when they go away to college. It usually represents their fight for independence, or their search for their own identity. The … Continue reading

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Colossians 3:12-14 A Fashion Trend That Never Changes

No one who knows me would tell you that I am a fashionista—someone who is on top of all the latest fashion trends—but I do try to wear clothes appropriate for the occasion. Just as I would not wear formal … Continue reading

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Update on Albert Chretien

Those of you who have been regular readers of my posts for some time, will remember the story of Albert and Rita Chretien who were stranded in the Nevada wilderness. Rita was found alive on May 6, 2011. On September … Continue reading

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