Monthly Archives: April 2014

Why Fewer Posts?

I greatly appreciate your subscribing to my weekly blog posts. But I want to explain to you, my faithful subscribers, why my weekly posts (Fridays) are not as weekly as they have been. I devote much of my blogging time … Continue reading

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Playing Hymns Aboard The Sinking Titanic

The Titanic, a British steamer of the White Star line, leaves on its maiden voyage across the Atlantic. Spanning 882.5 feet, its tonnage over 46,000, it was the largest ship in the world. “Unsinkable,” said the experts at the time. … Continue reading

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Preventing Suicide

My friend Scott Cunningham recently crossed the Golden Gate bridge. “I was taken aback by one very curious sign,” he said. Posted next to a hotline phone¬†about every 50 yards along the highest span, he found the signs posted here. … Continue reading

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