Category Archives: Christianity

The Next Adventure Part 4

The following morning Dodd decided it was time to bite the bullet and get Scott in to discuss the issue.  Knowing that Scott was one of the rare people who preferred to still speak via the phone rather than by … Continue reading

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The Next Adventure Part 3

Dodd returned to his office and had another look at that memo from the chair.  The fact was that without clearing Scott’s funding the university would be hard pressed to attract the sort of PhD students that its mission called … Continue reading

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The Next Adventure Part 2

Scott slipped into the back of the classroom and put his flatbread chicken sandwich down on the desk.  Having been in master’s program courses with Dodd he knew that the actual students would be expected to sit at the front, … Continue reading

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Different Paths Pt 5

Time passed, as time always does and eventually after a lot of phoning around to both networks permission was granted to use the NBC footage for a joint interview the next morning.  NBC retained the rights to use it for … Continue reading

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2016 Novel- Different Paths

“He wants to what???” “You heard me.  He wants to actually address the media when we give him the big check.” “What do we actually know about him?” “Well, he works for the city down there.  Or did.  I’m not … Continue reading

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With these planks, I could build a mansion

It looked like the perfect job.  It would get me back to Houston.  It was in my field.  It was working with a church, running their (surprisingly extensive) sports and outdoors program.  They even had a ministry focusing on environmental … Continue reading

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Columbus’ Daughter

Driving through the other neighborhood Pointed towards downtown I saw Columbus’ Daughter . Weighed down by her world Facing towards Drake’s skyline But this is still her city . All around us both The smell of chilis Fill the air … Continue reading

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What am I? (Or, Joshua talks about not being a very good Mennonite)

What am I? (Or, Joshua talks about not being a very good Mennonite) We all ask this question of ourselves from time to time.  Who/what am I?  For some people this is a fairly simple question, either because they have … Continue reading

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