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Distracted Dad

by Christian on February 13, 2013

I got to go to my first Daddy-Daughter dance last week.  My eldest daughter and I had a wonderful time on our date and dancing the night away.  We ordered what may possibly be the largest ice cream Sunday ever made.  I was not expecting the ‘feed a large family’ size of it.  We had […]


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Science in the Bible – Don’t Sleep Angry

by Christian on August 1, 2012

We return to our Science in the Bible series with a look at Ephesians 4:26.  “Be angry and do not sin; let not the sun go down upon your wrath.”  This is a well known verse and seems based in common sense because it is difficult to fall asleep when angry, and the sleep you […]


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The Code of the West

by Christian on July 27, 2012

In 2011 Montana voted to adopt the Code of the West as the official code of Montana.  It has not passed as of this writing, but I hope it will.  The world could use men who live by a code again. The Code of the West is not a set of rules. Rules can be […]


  Have you ever seen those Christian Fish symbols on the backs of peoples cars and wondered what the IXOYE stood for?  Most people believe it is the Greek spelling of Jesus.  They are wrong.  IXOYE actually says “Fish” in Greek.  Seems a little redundant and silly to have the word “fish” inscribed in the […]


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Friday Poetry – Roses and Violets Edition

by Christian on February 11, 2011

A collection of roses and violets poetry taken from around the web.  They range from sweet to sappy.  If you need help understanding the last one, find the closest geek and ask them to explain.  Write your own roses and violets poetry in the comments below.  Wow us with your awe inspiring creativity. . Roses […]


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Valentines Gift Any Man Can Make In Minutes

by Christian on February 10, 2011

Women love poetry.  It speaks to their souls and tells them that we care about them.  While many men will go to their local stores and pick out something cheesy from the Hallmark aisle, you sir will be creating a loving and thoughtful poem from scratch.  I know, many of you claim to not to […]

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To Win A Game by Ivan Donn Carswell

by Christian on February 4, 2011

Today’s episode of Friday Poetry features a football poem in honor of the American holiday Super Bowl Sunday. To Win a Game by Ivan Donn Carswell How do you win a football game? Not by skill alone or clever plays, in modern days the game has changed and subterfuge and actors ways will pave the […]


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15 Fun Super Bowl Facts

by Christian on February 3, 2011

In honor of the American holiday Super Bowl Sunday, I’ve compiled some fun facts that you may not know about the game.  Okay, so it’s not an official holiday, but it might as well be. Good Company: In 2010 106.5 million people watched the Superbowl, making it the most watched program in US history, beating […]



How To Give An Impressive Handshake

by Christian on February 1, 2011

There are hundreds of situations that will require you to introduce, be introduced, and greet other people with a handshake.  In order to have a truly impressive handshake you must understand it’s purpose.  While the exact origin of the handshake is unknown, it is generally accepted in western literature that handshakes were developed as a […]


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Angel in Bedroom

by Christian on January 28, 2011

Abou Ben Adam (may his tribe increase!) awoke one night from a deep dream of peace, And saw, within the moonlight of his room, Making it rich, and like a lily in bloom, an angel, writing in a book of of gold. Exceeding peace had made Ben Adam bold, And to the Presence in the […]