Technology and the Tower of Babel

This morning I jumped in the car to do a hospital visitation and my car radio was stationed to KLOVE.  I do not normally listen to the radio while I drive but it was already on so I listened.  The ‘between song’ topic of conversation was about a piece of Colorado state legislation-ballot initiative no. 29. […]

Lenten Reflection

This time last year Team Magazine posted an article entitled: Pope Francis’ Guide to Lent: What You Should Give Up This Year (click to see original article) in which this acid spraying dinosaur (joking of course)… …challenged the traditional Lenten Season norm of private fasting.  Pope Francis instead challenges Christians to fast from something more spiritually practical–what he calls, global […]

Wonderful Ways

Today as I was reading through Psalm 17 I was struck by the psalmist’s language in vv. 6&7: “I am praying to you because I know you will answer, O God. Bend down and listen as I pray.  Show me your unfailing love in wonderful ways.” The context of this prayer begins with David asking […]