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C. S. Lewis Background(s)

By bob | December 2, 2008
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After Sunday’s Sermon (Longing, November 30, 2008) several people asked me about C. S. Lewis’ biography. The book I quoted from the most was Surprised…

Carols of the Christ

By bob | November 19, 2008
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Our Advent 2008 preaching series will be the ‘exposition’ of some familiar Christmas Carols – or rather, the exposition of Scriptures alluded to in these…

Trying Another Video Service

By bob | November 11, 2008
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I’ve had all kinds of trouble getting this particular video, from way back on June 15th, to go online. Google Video has been really finicky…

“We Are the Body of Christ” Online

By bob | August 26, 2008
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I’m still planning on finishing the posts on ‘What I did this Summer’, but I want to interrupt myself to provide links “We Are the…

What I did with my summer 2: Elaine Ruth Rask

By bob | August 12, 2008
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Well, this has been a remarkable five weeks. I thought it would be good to share a more or less chronological account of ‘what I…

What I did with my summer 1: Mom’s Homegoing

By bob | August 12, 2008
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Blog Well, this has been a remarkable five weeks. I thought it would be good to share a more or less chronological account of ‘what…

The Bridge Illustration

By bob | June 25, 2008
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I have slightly tweaked the Bridge Illustration that I used for children’s corner on June 22nd and put it online in several places (Youtube, Godtube,…

“Behold Your God” and Statement of Faith links.

By bob | June 4, 2008
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Google video has been a little rocky of late, and Frank and I are looking at possibly hosting our videos ourselves, but they did finally…

First Enhanced Video

By bob | May 18, 2008
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One of my goals with the sermons that contain enhanced visuals is to put them online as video messages. I’ve just completed the first of…

The Future of Visuals

By bob | April 17, 2008
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I hope some of you noticed last week that I had severely cut back on the visuals in the PowerPoint that goes with the sermon.…