Tomorrow morning, I will wake up earlier than usual. I will most likely have to rouse my daughter from her bed and usher her into the kitchen, where we’ll begin our normal morning routine. Only it won’t be normal anymore. There will be changes. She won’t have the option of starting her day with her… Continue reading Hello Kitty: The Last Day of Childhood
I have to confess, I didn’t keep up with the Casey Anthony trial at all. Not a bit. I knew it was going on, but the details of the proceedings were lost on me. So when I sat down at my computer last night, it took me a minute to figure out what in the… Continue reading When Hell Is Not Good Enough
A man in California says the world will end tonight at 6:00 PM. As a card-carrying member of Generation X, the official generation of skepticism, snark, and relentless doubt, I feel compelled to say: Meh. I know I’ve written about this the last couple of days, but it’s the predominant topic on everyone’s mind. Personally,… Continue reading Questions For God (Since It’s The End Of The World)
I mentioned yesterday that I offered the blog up to two people for guest posts. One of them took me up on the offer, and I am unbelievably excited that he did. Lieutenant Colonel Karl “KJ” Johnson is a helicopter pilot in the Marine Corp and a veteran of the War on Terror. KJ has… Continue reading Guest Post: A Marine On The Death Of Osama Bin Laden
I blogged about this before (see here) but I finally went out out and bought Rob Bell’s latest book, Love Wins: A Book About Heaven, Hell, And The Fate of Every Person Who Ever Lived. I spent the last day reading it. I must say, I’m not impressed. Neither am I outraged. My good friend… Continue reading What Hell Is Rob Bell Talking About?