Tag Archives: Jeannie Prinsen

Why “WHAT WOULD JESUS DO?” is the wrong question

[Today’s guest post  is from Jeannie Prinsen, one of my favorite people to read on the internet. ] “What would Jesus do?” We’ve all heard this question. We’ve seen the “WWJD” bracelets and key chains. But sometimes I wonder how … Continue reading

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Achieving Peace Is Not the End of the Matter

[I have a guest post at Jeannie Prinsen’s blog today. Here’s the opening, along with a link to the full post at her blog Little House on the Circle.] We don’t use the phrase “public servant” much these days but … Continue reading

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The Waste of Worry

Some words from Jesus on worry: Don’t worry about things you have no control over, such as adding an hour to your life. “Who of you by worrying can add a single hour to your life? Since you cannot do … Continue reading

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WOMAN FORCED TO ADMIT SHE RARELY USES HER PHONE AS A PHONE

Newsflash from our Canadian reporter: Less than six weeks after purchasing her Motorola 3G android phone, Kingston mother of two Jeannie Prinsen has admitted she seldom uses her new phone as an actual phone. “I upgraded from my old flip … Continue reading

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The Gospel in Stuart Little – what a mouse knows about life

Over at Little House on the Circle, Jeannie Prinsen recently provided a wonderful excerpt from E.B. White’s Stuart Little, where Stuart meets a telephone lineman who talks of his many years on the road, the miles he’s traveled and all he’s found, including “fields … Continue reading

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The Right Teacher at the Right Time

[Today’s guest post on what it takes to teach is from Jeannie Prinsen, one of my favorite people to read on the internet. She’s taught writing and English for a long time now but here she reveals how it all … Continue reading

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Whose Fault?

[Today’s guest post is from Jeannie Prinsen, a wonderful thinker and writer on faith and family. Head over to her place once you’ve had a taste of her writing here.] *** The Fault Is Not In Our Stars, But In … Continue reading

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The Gospel According To Stuart Little

Over at Little House on the Circle, Jeannie Prinsen recently provided a wonderful excerpt from E.B. White’s Stuart Little, where Stuart meets a telephone lineman who talks of his many years on the road, the miles he’s traveled and all he’s found, including “fields … Continue reading

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Modeling Clay*

Listening well is not one of my strong suits. It’s a professional requirement, but that doesn’t mean it comes easy. Whether at work or with friends, my natural bent is not steering me toward any Listener of the Year awards. Speaking … Continue reading

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