Monthly Archives: May 2007

He’s got game — from drugs to Jesus, Reds outfielder finds new life

Cincinnati Reds outfielder Josh Hamilton had the world ahead of him. Picked no. 1 in the 1999 draft by Tampa Bay, what more could a high school senior want? The Devil Rays believed he was such a complete package that … Continue reading

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Group Hug

On Friday night, ABC’s 20/20 aired an episode called “Seeing and Believing: The Power of Faith.” It seems the media has a fleeting fascination with people who are motivated with things beyond money or possessions or pleasure. We are freaks … Continue reading

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Freedom and forgiveness

Jesus tells a story in Matthew 18 about the “unforgiving servant.” A man approached the King, having owed him the modern equivalent of 12 million dollars. There was no way to pay the money back and the only payment option … Continue reading

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Christian party poopers

“Therefore you now have sorrow; but I will see you again and your heart will rejoice, and your joy no one will take from you.”— Jesus Christ, John 16.22“One man’s theology is another man’s belly laugh.”-Robert A. Heinlein Red Letter … Continue reading

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