Paris, Brussels, And Degrees of Separation

In September of 2014, Ebola was ravaging West Africa, killing thousands while threatening to spread beyond the scope of West Africa to Europe and eventually North America. Some in the media were panicking, declaring that Ebola was on it's way and there was nothing we could do to stop it. But beyond changing some travel... Continue Reading →

Level Heads

  This is not a post about the big-game hunting cheerleader. Sorry if that's what you want it to be about. I know that when I shared it on Facebook that's the image that popped up. And in the internet world, we only care about headlines and images. You've seen it hundreds of times, either... Continue Reading →

Loving Your Neighbor Until the End

Let us now praise famous men The sports world lost two great men when baseball Hall of Famer Tony Gwynn died after a battle with salivary gland cancer and ESPN reporter Richard Durrett suddenly died in his home of a brain aneurysm. Gwynn was 54 and Durrett was 38. Two men, gone entirely too soon.... Continue Reading →

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