Letters: Name Droppers

We all know “that guy” who knows everybody who is somebody. And the conversations you have with that guy tend to move towards some famous person or highly esteemed human. In the conversation, “that guy” drops a name and the conversation becomes about that person.

This is the time when we check out of the conversation. Because we don’t know the name that just got dropped. Or perhaps we stay in the conversation because we are impressed with names. Or perhaps we stay in the conversation because we actually know the person who’s named just got dropped. Read More

Letters: Lions and Tigers and …

No bears…

I was in Switzerland the night before our group took a train to Paris, France. We had a wonderful time with the saints in Switzerland. As I lay in bed, I drifted off to sleep as I reminisced on what the Lord had shown us and what He was going to be showing us.

Then . . . I had a dream.

It was about a tiger. (Parental Discretion Advised)

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Letters: La Meme Chose

Graffiti can be annoying. It is gaudy, disjointed, and way too colorful for the structures that they typically inhabit.

Graffiti can be inspiring, liberating, challenging, and can have many positive points of view.

This graffiti was established on top of Montmartre from the only view you had of the Eiffel Tower in Paris, France.

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