Monthly Archives: September 2010

Information Overload

     We live in quite an amazing age of technology. Never before have so many had access to so much information. It is totally mind boggling to see what is available today at the touch of a few computer keys taking … Continue reading

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Entropic Christians

                                                              Those of you who have studied science are probably familiar with the two laws of thermodynamics. The first is “the law of the conservation of mass and energy,” which observes that matter is neither being created or destroyed, merely … Continue reading

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Daily Lessons

                                                                Sorry that the “Wisdom of the Week” is late this week. I spent the first two days hauling and splitting firewood.  One of the fellas in our church had spotted a large larch tree which had just died and was … Continue reading

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Missed Adventures

                                                         This past Thursday I had the opportunity for an adventure with a friend,  Allan, from church. He invited me to go kayaking with him on the Bull  River. After lunch with Allan and Sue, we headed to the first … Continue reading

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