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A La Carte (01/03)

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Tuesday January 3, 2005

Blogspotting: Carolyn McCulley is glad to see that I am able to admit my undying affection for all things Jane Austen.

Prayer: Continue to pray for Don Whitney and his family as he recovers from colon cancer surgery. “Let me express (albeit inadequately) my gratitude to all of you who have prayed. The Lord has blessed us so much, and I believe He has blessed us through answering the prayers of His people.”

Film: This seems a little bit like sacrilege, but Walt Disney will soon be releasing Bambi II. It is a “midquel” meaning that it takes place in the middle of the first story.

Theology Bonus: Bob DeWaay’s most recent Critical Issues Commentary focuses on “The Dangers of Spiritual Formation and Spiritual Disciplines.”

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