Quite a revealing conversation. Many years ago, David Chilton took his son Nathan to a special service at an area church. The ensuing conversation was really something.
This morning I was flipping through the 150th Anniversary edition of The Atlantic Monthly, and was cracked up by this image from Michael Beirut.
Here is a quick look at the religious history of the world in 90 seconds. Quite encouraging, really. HT: Joost Nixon
There is a really good interview here with Nate about his writing projects.
Now that Bekah has weighed in, all my girls are blogging together over at Femina. Worth a trip over.
A former student was hiking in Virginia, and snapped a photo of something that he thought was pretty funny. Must be thinking of the east coast Wilsons.
I am happy to announce that Nancy’s blog has a new look — check it out here. And joining her in posting will be my daughter-in-law Heather Wilson, and my two daughters, Bekah Merkle and Rachel Jankovic. Go, fight, win.
A lot of pastors could do worse than to insert this little number in a service somewhere as “special music.” HT: Peter Scholtens
A few days ago I ran this photo below. And as much as I would like to run the “false but true” defense that Dan Rather has wielded so effectively in the past, it appears that the photo is actually from a 1994 Dutch indie film entitled The Stone. The actress in the photo is …
Congratulations to my friend Dale Courtney. His blog Right Mind has been recognized as the most influential political blog in Idaho.