Tag Archives: Mark Twain

Doing Good Can Be So Confusing

I’m Not a Pastor Apparently I confuse people. I don’t mean to, but I do. It becomes apparent mostly on line when someone writes that I should do something in particular, or I should refrain from saying something, or there’s … Continue reading

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Words That Season Your Writing – tips from Lewis Carroll, Maya Angelou and Mark Twain

Choosing words is hard. Even the most practiced writer, the ones whose writing allows the reader to savor the words chosen, works at choosing the right ones. I once read an interview with Maya Angelou in which she said that … Continue reading

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Mega-Pastor Gives Almost Good Parenting Advice – a lesson in sloppy tweeting

You’re [sic] little kids may not feel like a blessing right now. That’s okay. Parent them in such a way that they become a blessing. (A tweet from Mark Driscoll.) I could take Mr. Driscoll’s tweet a couple different ways. … Continue reading

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