Psummer of Psalms: Being Family

Psalm 133: Being Family A dysfunctional family A number of years ago, I concluded that the news really wasn’t the news. What I mean by that is that the news as we hear it is shaded by the commentator, the news service, or the owners of those entities to their personal bias. For instance, if … Continue reading Psummer of Psalms: Being Family

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Psummer of Psalms: A Silly Love Song

A Silly Love Song One of the things that we pass down without realizing it, is our cultural sensibilities. Our children have a better than average chance of picking up our preferences in politics, theology, and other things that define us. One of the things that my children picked up from their mother and I is a … Continue reading Psummer of Psalms: A Silly Love Song

One web too few

This past week, I took my children to see the latest MCU (Marvel Cinematic Universe) film, Spiderman: Homecoming, a somewhat typical coming-of-age superhero movie. It had the elements of most modern versions: a villain pushed to a life of crime, a budding hero juggling a secret identity and a normal teenage life, and the wise … Continue reading One web too few