Tales From the Great White North

Traveling the Great White North is not all back bacon and beer. Canada is our older more sensible brother on the continent. Traveling the Great Lakes teaches perspective.

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The Making of an Apostle

Peter knew Jesus for three years, but it was on the shores of Galilee that he really came to know Him.

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The Denver Post – Biased?

The Denver Teacher’s Strike and other stories – the past week in the Denver Post.

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We Three Kings of Orient Are

Christmas is here. The sacred and the secular mix in a swirling stew. Everyone has an angle, don’t you know?

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In Search of Moonbeams and Unicorn Breath

It is getting increasingly difficult to separate reality from make believe. We have been seduced, not that we put up much of a fight. But the sweet nothings our lover whispers into our ear get increasingly hard to believe.

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The Big Horn Debacle

George Custer had a lot in common with many project managers I have worked for.

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Science & the First Energy Crisis

The United States is about free enterprise until it isn’t. But the free market works anyway.

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A Virgin Will be with Child

In times of trouble we seek a sign from God. There was a man who refused to seek a sign from God.

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Love & the New York Times

American values & the New York Times – Is that an oxymoron?

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Hunting Unicorns

Building pipelines isn’t just splashing through mud holes on the right of way in your jeep. You get to hunt unicorns too.

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