Monthly Archives: January 2015
In America today we have a dilemma. We are living with the painful contradiction between our ideals as Americans that stand juxtaposed against the deep injustices and inequalities that the nation is stuck in. Our ideals—the essential dignity of the individual … Continue reading
QUECHUA CLUSTER PROJECT MARGOS, HUAMALIES, HUAYLAS, NORTH CONCHUCOS, AND SOUTH CONCUCHOS LANGUAGES; PERU (970,000)* Differences between languages in a cluster project can sometimes result in humorous mistakes. Acts 9:25 records Paul being lowered down a city wall in a basket. … Continue reading
Dr. Barry Black set an inspirational and optimistic tone in his address (read ‘sermon’) this morning at the 24th Annual Pappy Kennedy Prayer Breakfast in Orlando on Martin Luther King Day.
The video clip at the end of this piece, while only tangentially related to this post, informs the title. The events of the past two weeks, particularly outside the USA (France, Belgium, Nigeria), have left most of us, including the … Continue reading