Monthly Archives: July 2013

The end of T-ball

For the past 6 weeks, Luke has been participating in a local T-ball league.  He had a blast playing.  I think he enjoyed it even more because his coach was his dad. Last night they had their “big” game at … Continue reading

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Chapter 10: The Problem of Sin

I was talking to Ted this past week about this chapter and this second half of the book.  The first half was easy to pick apart because it discussed reasons why people do not believe in God.  Throughout our Christian … Continue reading

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Answered Prayer and More

by Ted This morning Michele got a call that neither of us ever expected we would get.   It was from Pat Longanecker, a woman from our church who is involved in the ministry at the local Federal women’s prison … Continue reading

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Dragon Boat Festival 2013

Last weekend we took our kids to the Dragon Boat Festival that is held in the Twin Cities.  We have been trying to find cultural events for our kids to enjoy, partly for Jenna and Quinn to get a taste … Continue reading

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Chapter 9: The Knowledge of God

I am not entirely sure why the chapter is titled The Knowledge of God because that makes me think we are going to talk about how smart God is.  Maybe a more appropriate title is The Knowledge that God Exists.  … Continue reading

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The Fourth of July

This past fourth of July weekend, we went up to visit Ted’s parents.  They live in Northern Minnesota on a lake.  Luke and Ryan always look forward to going because they get to go swimming as much as they want. … Continue reading

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Chapter 8: The Clues of God

By Ted The first half of this book discussed arguments many people use to say God can’t or doesn’t truly exist.  In the second half, Keller begins by talking about reasons we can believe.  Keller doesn’t come out and say … Continue reading

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