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One for sports fans

Very interesting story about Clyde Doepner, the only official full-time curator in Major League Baseball. Continue reading

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7 Links Worth Seeing

Mayweather is world’s highest-paid athlete: $85M (Something feels really wrong about this) named Mayweather its highest-paid athlete over the last year. Mayweather earned $85 million, knocking golfer Tiger Woods out of the top spot that he has held since 2001. Woods … Continue reading

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8 links worth checking out

A Bubba With a Passion for the Gospel and Golf (In That Order) What’s Your State Good At? The restoring power of music: How to Listen to Music Social networking 101 for parents Almost 20% of 3rd Graders Have Cell … Continue reading

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Visit the Ten Boom Museum for an amazing virtue tour of the life of Corrie Ten Boom. Charity Begins with God, Not Government (As government and other political institutions continue to fail us, people of faith remain the only consistent safety … Continue reading

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Amazing: The Poorest Households Spend 9% of Their Income on Lottery Tickets A day in the life of a warehouse robot United Families Dividing Churches When is it Right to Argue With Referees/Officials? How to Move from Forgiveness to Reconciliation … Continue reading

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Too Religious for Sports?

A conservative Mennonite Church in our area prohibits members from participating in “organized contesting ball teams.” Those who do such things are guilty of “participating in the world’s methods of pleasure-seeking.”   In his recent column in the New York Times, David Brooks … Continue reading

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The Jeremy Lin story

We’ve been a basketball family for many years (Here and Here), so it’s been fun watching the Jeremy Lin story unfold. I love stories that go against the odds. Every so often an athlete rises without following the “normal” path. Lin … Continue reading

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