Preparedness – Popping the American Bubble of Denial

Preparedness – Popping the American Bubble of Denial

This blog is in no way bad-mouthing Americans. I am an American myself. It is simply pointing out an observation.  When I’m in a restaurant or some other place, my wife will frequently tell me to stop staring at people. When I’m waiting somewhere for one thing or another, I like to spend my time people-watching. I really enjoy studying how people live and reasons […]

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New Years Resolutions | Don’t Make Lists, Make Plans

New Years Resolutions | Don’t Make Lists, Make Plans

Your list of New Years resolutions will fail. Exchange it for a plan. Each year, millions of people make a long list of resolutions for the new year. As the new year kicks off, many do really well at keeping their resolutions…until the second week. Diet plans falter, exercise diminishes, and any plans to read the entire Bible fail once someone hits the first second […]

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Preparation | Making Your Final Arrangements – You’re Never Too Young To Plan…Or Die

Preparation | Making Your Final Arrangements  – You’re Never Too Young To Plan…Or Die

This is the first in a series of blogs on preparedness. I felt the need to write these because, though I was a Boy Scout, I didn’t very far up the ranks and my preparedness is extremely lacking. As I research these topics, I’ll be sharing my findings with ya’ll.  Everybody dies. Why not plan your own going-away party? As I kick off this series […]

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“I’m Shutting Down Applebee’s, So Don’t Be A Dingus.”

If you were to ask someone who doesn’t keep Shabbat when Shabbat starts, even if they were knowledgeable of other cultures, they’d probably tell you that it starts Friday night at sundown. While this seems fairly feasible, if you were to ask someone who keeps Shabbat when Shabbat starts for them, they’d probably tell you that it starts Friday afternoon, Friday morning, or even possibly Thursday or […]

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