When Stephen King Delivers the News

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It was a dark and gloomy morning, 5:10 AM, before the light of day, the branches of live oaks arching over the streets of Southwest Houston …Off in the distance … a Van, with only one living headlight shining cock-eyed; the 1980’s vehicle is swerving from side to side scrambling down the street, tires squealing -- slowing, stopping, starting -- darting, all the while humming projectiles from open windows.As it lumbers closer (wait. lumbers is not quite right) as it CAREENS CLOSER, I push … [Read more...]

An Interview in Pictures: “Fire From Ashes”

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On the Ex Libris podcast, Bobby Maddex interviews Fr Joseph Huneycutt and Steve Robinson, authors of the new Ancient Faith Publishing book Fire from Ashes: The Reality of Perpetual Conversion. The captions above are the Questions ... for the Answers - listen to the interview HERE. … [Read more...]

The Silent Holocaust – The Persecution of Christians in the Middle East

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The Orthodox Clergy Association of Southeast Texas is sponsoring a gathering at St George/Houston tomorrow evening, Friday - September 5th, concerning the situation in the Middle East:"The Silent Holocaust - The Persecution of Christians in the Middle East"Fr George Dahdouh and I were interviewed by a local public radio station yesterday as a way of getting the word out.Your prayers!You can skip ahead 7 minutes or so ... to bypass the Assyrian woman's speech at a rally (if you … [Read more...]

The Things You Do When You Don’t Want To Do the Things You Ought To Do

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Back when I was young, summers were free -- Alice Cooper sang about school being out FOREVER -- and the warm days of class-less youth were spent in the sun, at the beach, on family vacation, perhaps the mountains, with more TV than normal and, of course, general boredom disguised as perfect freedom.These days, not so much. The public schools assign HOMEWORK over the summer!My son, now a junior in high school, had to read three books -- but he had June, July, and most of August to do … [Read more...]


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