July 2, 2013

Weekly Wonder Tech: KidsCanDesign and Certifikid

I’ve previously written about my love for Collin’s artwork, particularly how difficult it is to archive. We’ve whittled his works down to a small gallery.Of all the pieces Collin created in his first year of preschool, one painting is my favorite and has earned prime placement on our refrigerator. It’s
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The Real Jesus: Reading the Whole Gospel

In last Sunday’s Gospel, Jesus asked his disciples: “Who do you say that I am?” Hearing this passage, I was reminded of Ross Douthat’s argument that how people answer this question is the root of one of American’s greatest heresies. In his book, Bad Religion, he claims modern Americans too
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Maryland congressman co-sponsors traditional marriage bill

Rep. Andy Harris, Maryland’s sole Republican congressman, is among 28 co-sponsors of new legislation that seeks to amend the U.S. Constitution to define marriage as a union only of a man and a woman. It would void any state constitution that defines marriage otherwise.
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One House, Two House, Clean House, New House

We are hoping to move to a new house sometime in the near future. So John and I have been casually trying to prepare our boys.I’ve talked about why we’re trying to keep our house clean so people can visit and think about buying it. I’ve explained that we will
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