Daily Archives: 10 October 10, 2007

Open Mic

I’m too busy to blog over here in Boston, so I thought I would try something new. It’s Open Mic time at BON . . . feel free to sound off on whatever you desire.



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27 suspended for Clooney file peek

Out of all the pictures that they could have chose to accompany this story, I wonder why they decided on this one:

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Bourne gives ultimate lessons for the church

All he wanted was to be a disappearing act. Instead, Jason Bourne is now targeted by the very people who gave him his purpose and mission. The film, The Bourne Ultimatum, has lessons to offer United Methodists about congregational transformation. … Continue reading


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Rob Jones, grandson of Jim Jones, writing fresh chapter to family history as prized Univ of San Diego recruit

The question has been asked more than once of Rob Jones by well-meaning but obviously history-challenged inquirers. Essentially, it is: Where were you when family patron Jim Jones led more than 900 of his cult followers in the infamous mass … Continue reading

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Young White Evangelicals: Less Republican, Still Conservative

White evangelical Protestants have been one of the most faithful Republican constituencies in presidential elections in recent years, voting overwhelmingly for GOP candidates. In 2004, for example, 79% of white evangelicals supported President Bush, while just 21% supported his Democratic … Continue reading

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Balloon Bowl

I had this idea for a while to fill a skate bowl with balloons and try to ride through them. It seemed like the chances of it working were slim. I figured they might make your wheels stop. We finally … Continue reading

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Police and Child Services are investigating a Dallas day care after a parent found her 16-month-old daughter locked inside alone. Full Article

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The Happy Endings Foundation

The Happy Endings Foundation (THEF) believes children’s books should only have happy endings. It urges parents to buy positive books for their children. Link AT THE HAPPY ENDINGS FOUNDATION OUR AIMS ARE To eradicate sad thoughts from all literature To … Continue reading

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100 Largest and Fastest-Growing U.S. Churches 2007

Our annual report on America’s changing church landscape exclusively lists the Outreach 100 Largest and Fastest-Growing Churches in America, using self-reported data. As of 2007, these reports are provided by Dr. Ed Stetzer, missiologist and director of LifeWay Research. Link … Continue reading

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Looking for something to read?

Enter a book you like and the site will analyse our database of real readers’ favourite books (over 32,000 and growing) to suggest what you could read next. Link

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