Monthly Archives: March 2013

The World’s first Viral Obituary

I never met Harry Weathersby Stamps. But I think I would have liked to. Harry Stamps of Long Beach Mississippi died on March 9.  His daughter, Amanda Stamps Lewis, penned a unique and loving tribute to her father as she … Continue reading

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The AAP, Gay Marriage, and the Gospel

For those who don’t know, my wife is a pediatrician.  She and I met during our college years.  We co-endured medical school, residency, and all of the hardships that come with training for that profession.  She is the best doctor … Continue reading

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What frustrates me about The Bible (Not that one… The one on the History Channel)

What a week!  Swarms of locusts have invaded Egypt.  AIDS was cured in a newborn in Mississippi.  Dennis Rodman served as an impromptu ambassador to North Korea.  And I’m frustrated by The Bible.  No, not the Holy Bible…  The Bible … Continue reading

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Philippines Mission Trip Wrap Up: Things Mission Trips Teach Me

My feet have been on American soil for about 48 hours now.  I’ve watched a few episodes of Downton Abbey, snuggled with my kids, and slept a lot.  The fog of jet lag is finally beginning to lift; I can … Continue reading

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