I love football. What can I say?
Football is special, unlike that goofy sport where they kick it on a too large field and bore the heck out of you.
I love football. What a day!
Football is special, it makes my day, week, month…
I love football, I must be high!
Football is special, my high is an emotive elation related to football not any other illegal reason, just to be clear.
I love football, chili and beer!
I love football, cool air, a win and a cheer!
The season is upon us at long last!
I’m going to have one heck of a blast!
It’s football time!!!!
Do you like my rhyme?
Let me know what you think of my poem. I’ll write more during the season from the highs of a win and the lows of a loss.
This is sure to make me look bad, but if my folly makes you shake your head and realize you are really normal, laugh or smile, then it will be worth it.
Voddie Baucham will be here January 28, 2011 to do four talks on “The Supremacy of Christ in a Post-Modern World”. We will be meeting at the Forum, so begin making plans to take that Friday night and Saturday morning and be at the Forum. It will be well worth your time.
In an effort to lighten it up a bit, give this one a shot.
“A bruise on the leg is a hell of a long way from the heart.” – Herb Brooks
I like Herb because he took a bunch of kids and worked them hard enough to skate with grown and hardened men in the Olympics and his boys won gold against the Soviets. Herb Brooks was a bad man!
Herb took on what seemed like an impossible task and got it done. That makes we want to work hard and see what can happen by God’s good grace.
You have to read this article about the slave trade. If there were a global cause for some pastors, this would be it. Let’s go church! If you are not involved globally, here is an opportunity to learn and engage an unreached population.
How does a pastor guard sound doctrine and weed out false teaching? This is not a trick question. I’d just like to hear some thoughts from others that are proactive in nature.
Let the practicum roll!