Monthly Archives: May 2011

So Much for the Sugar High

The Case-Shiller index of housing prices has turned down again, contrary to the expectations of Ben “Let’s Try Throwing 2.7 Trillion at Housing” Bernanke. This would be a double-dip in housing prices, which obviously does not bode too well for … Continue reading

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Kelly at Grad Night

Kelly was easily the most articulate of the graduating seniors (and I’m not just saying that because she says how great I am, hahaha). We were really impressed.

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With Reverence and Godly Fear

In Heb 12.28, this morning (well, afternoon, I had a redeye from LAX to TPA). The writer to Hebrews says that our desire ought to be to receive the grace of God so that we may serve God “with reverence … Continue reading

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