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Surf Like a Pig

Surfing PigMost people you meet are partial to dogs or cats. Some, as in the case of the man in this video, are even partial to pigs.

The Things Dogs Teach Us About Life

Golden Retriever PuppyThose of you who follow my blog or Facebook know that Nanci and I love dogs. She and I like to talk about our resurrection (post-bucket) lists, consisting of all the things we look forward to doing after we die, and in particular, after the resurrection. Nanci’s post-bucket list includes her dream to spend a lot of time with dogs.

Dispatches from the Front

Dispatches from the FrontI recently viewed two episodes of “Dispatches from the Front,” a DVD series produced by Frontline Missions and thought they were excellent. These documentaries show our brothers and sisters in Christ at work in remote and dangerous places of the world.

Thinking of Retirement as the Next Opportunity to Serve Christ

If we are going to make Christ look glorious in the last years of our lives, we must be satisfied in him. - John PiperWhen it comes to the “retirement dream,” we must ask, “Whose dream is it?” It may be the American dream—but is it God’s?

Scott Hamilton on Success, Cancer, and Faith

Scott HamiltonMany of us see Olympic Gold Medalist Scott Hamilton for a week or so every four years, during the winter Olympics, when he’s covering ice skating. I found his ten minute story of success, loss, cancer and turning to God to be engaging and encouraging.

How should the church respond to the legalizing of homosexual marriage?

Bible and Praying | photo credit: mathieujarryphoto via photopin ccAs many of you have heard, on Monday Oregon's ban on same-sex marriages was overturned by a federal judge. In light of that, today’s video blog (filmed last year) addresses the question: There’s been a lot of talk in the news and among the evangelical culture in America about legalizing gay marriage. What are your thoughts on how Christians should respond?

Oregon’s Natural Beauty Reflects Its Creator’s Magnificence

Oregon, Mt Hood / photo credit: bretvogel via photopin ccI was born in Portland, Oregon and raised in Gresham, Oregon, where I live today. I think the rugged beauty of Oregon's coastline (where I've gone often on vacation, to speak and to write), and the rural green trees and hillsides that have always surrounded me have made me alert to the beauty of God's creation.

The beautiful 4-minute time lapse video in this blog uses footage shot in Oregon.

Overcoming Temptation by Looking Past It—and Looking Up

Overcoming Temptation / Road at Sunset / photo credit: Stuck in Customs via photopin ccTemptations always look good—otherwise they wouldn't be temptations. In this video from Desiring God, Ben Stuart offers advice for overcoming temptation: looking down stream to anticipate where the temptation leads, and looking upstream to God.

Walking through Depression: God Is With You

Walking through Depression / photo credit: koeb via photopin ccI have known depression first-hand at different times in my life. Several years ago, for no apparent reason, a cloud of depression descended on me. In this ten-minute video interview with Desiring God’s David Mathis, I talk about some things I learned while experiencing depression, and share what helped me during that time.

 

When the Dog Stays at Home Alone...

Our dear friend Diane Meyer, always alert to dog videos, passed this one on to us, and we enjoyed it. Also for cat lovers, though the cat has only one action scene.

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