Monthly Archives: May 2008

Walking on Eggshells

Last Sunday morning one of the things I talked about at The Core was some of the things we can learn from other religions. I know this thought sends shivers down the spines of many Christians, and to others it’s … Continue reading

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Starbucks: A Follow-up

This post is a continuation of Starbucks: Keeping a Tight Lid on Freedom of Speech. Following is the overly tactful and judicious e-mail I received from Starbucks Customer Relations: Ryan, Starbucks is committed to contributing to our communities and to … Continue reading

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Starbucks: Keeping a Tight Lid on Freedom of Speech

I’m never buying anything from Starbucks again. Or at least not from a certain location, depending on how things pan out. Last night I was driving around putting up posters for the Front Porch, at a few non-downtown locations for … Continue reading

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A Puppy Has Adopted Me

Two Saturdays ago, I had to be at the Front Porch at 8 am to let a friend of ours in, so he could do some work on the interior doors. We woke up at… 8 am. So I was … Continue reading

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