blogger comments

blogger comments have now been implemented on this site thanks to 'Comment This'. Any abuse and I will just disable them!!! It is with great fear and trepidation that I open up this blog for public comment! … [Read more...]

Work is hard on marriage

Working with those of the opposite sex can lead to divorceStating the obvious, an 'expert' quotes a businessman as saying: "'I believe a sort of euphoria and infatuation takes place between some people who work closely together,' says the consultant. 'What starts out as a co-worker relationship develops into a friendship, then a deep friendship, and then into a relationship. In my wife's case, work led to business lunches. Business lunches led to 'nonbusiness' lunches and then to 'happy hours.' … [Read more...]

7 Brides for 7 brothers

Committment may be in short supply elsewhere but not in this family. 7 Brothers, their father and 8 brides have between them had 433 years of wedded bliss A few people today could do with reading this. … [Read more...]

Dangerous upbringing

Jons Journal reports: "According to today's regulators and bureaucrats, those of us who were kids in the 50's, 60's, 70's and 80's probably shouldn't have survived. Our baby cots were covered with brightly coloured lead-based paint, which was promptly chewed and licked. We had no childproof lids on medicine bottles, or latches on doors or cabinets and it was fine to play with pans. When we rode our bikes, we wore no helmets, just flip flops and fluorescent 'clackers' on our wheels. As children, … [Read more...]

The Blogdom of God

If, like me, you like blogs but havent got an aggregator on you machine this web based Christian blog aggregator is for you. It is a one stop place to read new updates on Christian blogs.Anyone with an xml feed can ask to be added to the Blogdom of God by emailing me. Read it, link to it, and enjoy the Christian blogosphere. … [Read more...]

undercover carer

A top journalist got to see how the other half lives by being an undercover carer. A Carers diary states: "I see people who should be comfortable in their own homes, who actually are lonely and isolated and anxious because they don't know who's going to turn up, whether they're going know what they're doing or when they're going to turn up. There's anxiety, stress and a loss of dignity and I just don't think that people deserve that at the end of their lives. " … [Read more...]

A Bloggers tale

Over at Patriot Paradox there is a challenge: Take thi paragraph to your blog, linking to my post and the first paragraph, of course, and expand on it. Then someone will link to your post and mine and continue on, a paragraph at a time, to see what shape the story takes. The paragraph: It was a dark and stormy night. Having just finished the newspaper, Jake walks back to his desk and takes a seat behind it. He turns to look out the window. Lightning dances across the horizon, and lights up his … [Read more...]

Does 9/11 make the war right

In an argument with a british person about the Iraq war this ex-pat American said (quoted on Andrew Sullican: "I simply informed her that I was a New Yorker and that my sister and brother-in-law had lost eight neighbours in the World Trade Center and I wholly support President Bush and the fight against terrorism. "I am not going to comment on the war itself, but I do feel concerned that 9/11 seems to be used by some as a reason that all actions are somehow now allowed. As though the ends … [Read more...]

Abortion Kills Another

Abortion Kills Another: "Another woman was killed by abortion. This time an 18 year old girl. At first report no mention that it was caused by the RU-486 pill given to kill babies in the womb. " … [Read more...]

Ephesians 4 ministries explained

Thinking further about Terry Virgo's quote "a pastor loves people and the teacher loves books'" I thought it could be helpfully reworded and expanded.A Pastor loves Christians A Teacher loves books An Evangelist loves non-Christians A Prophet loves God An Apostle loves the ChurchClearly we need church leaders who do all these things. Equally clearly, each of our leaders will inevitably focus more on one of these aspects than the others. Without them all (and I definitely include the … [Read more...]