Monthly Archives: January 2015

Who’s Your Scapegoat?

Where did the term “scapegoat” come from?  I know the definition; one who is unfairly blamed and takes the heat.  Beatle fans blame Yoko Ono for the breakup of John, Paul, George and Ringo, Red Sox fans blame Bill Buckner … Continue reading

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Hozier Gets My Vote

Hozier’s breakthrough song Take Me to Church was nominated for Grammy Award 2015 Song of the Year.  Born on Saint Patrick’s Day, this twenty-four year old Irish singer songwriter is using his God given talent to send a message and … Continue reading

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Who Am I To Judge?

To judge is to be egocentric.  There it is; I said it.  I returned to class last Wednesday after a long break and was eager to get back into what I am now calling, for the benefit of my friends … Continue reading

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Love of Family

The New Year brings me back to a routine after being recently washed in the love of family.  At the end of Exodus, before the holidays, I was halfway through my thirty week Bible study commitment.  This was a strategically good place to … Continue reading

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