Monthly Archives: February 2012

Air in Your Tires

I had to (got to) lead chapel this morning at work. It’s always an intimidating prospect, especially since half the audience have Ph.D.s or D. Mins. Since I knew I couldn’t come up with an actual expositional sermon, I wrote up this little devotional and hoped the audience would be overwhelmed by the sight of a cute dog and overlook any stumbles or slip-ups. This much I know to be true: All the advanced seminary degrees in the world are no match for a grandmother holding a schnauzer. Continue reading

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Must See TV: Brian’s Super Bowl Commercial Wrap Up

It’s been more than six weeks since my last “real” post, so you’d better believe I’m going to take this opportunity to review the year’s biggest day in entertainment.
4:40 p.m. Opening Thoughts
But before we get into the Big Show, we need to get a few things clear from the get-go: Continue reading

Snowmadeggon Anniversary: Never Forget

(originally posted a year ago today… what a difference a year makes!)

Day 1: Looking out the windows, it has become apparent to me that I must begin to consider the possibility that I may never make it out of this house again. The streets show no signs of plowing and I’m starting to lose hope that help is even coming. Like Robinson Crusoe or Gilligan, I’m trapped in a frigid island surround by an ocean of snow. I sit down now to record my last days, in the hopes that some day, some how, my story may be known. (See Day 2 here) Continue reading