A Wild Week

Things have been a little quiet here for a couple of days on the ol’ blog. In short, it’s been a busy week. Tee ball games; a visit to Kingsport to spend some time with some of my best friends at the Northeast church; a quick stop in Nashville to drop off the kids; and a fairly heavy weak of ministry. Needless to say, blogging has taken a back seat lately.

But it’s a new week and I’m planning several new posts. I hope to continue my Sermon on the Mount series with a look at Matthew 5.17-20 and how the message and ministry of Jesus stands in continuity with the prophets of the Hebrew scriptures. Since there’s no new LOST episode this week, I’m planning a recap post on the direction of Season Six so far and what we should be expecting from the home stretch of episodes leading up to the finale. I’ll also have my MLB Thoughts post on Friday; since I missed a week, it should be chock full of great ruminations on the young baseball season. If I have time, I might comment on American Idol and the relative drabness of this season; I also have several books in the queue for reading and reviewing, thanks to BookSneeze, Tyndale, and the Viral Ooze Blogging Network. Once I digest all these books, I’ll be posting my reviews here.

Check back later this week for more.

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2 Responses to A Wild Week

  1. Dylan says:

    Wait, what? There’s no Lost tomorrow?

  2. Jason says:

    Yeah. No new episode. They re-air the Richard episode “Ab Aeterno” before getting back to new programming next week.

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