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  • Are You Winning?

    The Lovable Losers It is playoff baseball time again. My Royals didn’t make the postseason, but I’m enjoying following the teams still in it. The Chicago Cubs clinched the last spot to face the Cleveland Indians. The Cubs won the series handily against the Los Angeles Dodgers, but early on it was not so sure. […]

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  • Faith is both ancient and new by Andy Bondurant

    Something Ancient | Something New

    Stand by the roads, and look,     and ask for the ancient paths, where the good way is; and walk in it,     and find rest for your souls.  – Jeremiah 6:16 Something ancient It’s human nature to want the new thing. We all want newer, better, faster, stronger. It’s why you upgraded your phone/car/computer/dishwasher/drill last year. […]

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  • Thankfulness and resources on Andy Bondurant.com

    Cows. Cows. Everywhere are cows!

    A Long Haul This summer, I spent 10 hours driving from Denver to Kansas City. As a kid, I made this same drive, and it seemed like an eternity locked in a steel box. Somehow, it’s not nearly so horrible at 43, but it’s still not fun. There isn’t a lot to do, and there […]

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  • The Purpose Hotel by Jeremy Cowart on Andy Bondurant site

    The Long Road Taken

    Short Term vs Long Term I’ve been listening to a lot of podcasts by pastor, Craig Groschel. Groschel is the lead pastor of LifeChurch.tv, an Oklahoma City based church which has over 100,000 members in campuses across the country (including Kansas City). In his leadership based podcast, he repeatedly used this phrase, We tend to […]

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  • The Magnificent Seven starring Denzel Washington on Andy Bondurant

    What do you seek?

    So you seek revenge? This weekend, I saw the remake of the Western classic, The Magnificent Seven. I won’t bore you with the details of the movie. You can find them all over the internet. In a nutshell, The Magnificent Seven is a story of the good versus the evil, and those who live in-between. […]

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  • Does God Matter? by andy bondurant

    Why does God matter?

    Does marriage even matter? Yesterday, I jumped into my “work” truck to run an errand. It was tuned to a talk radio station I don’t normally listen to. I entered in the middle of two young women’s discussion about marriage. Both, as far as I could tell, were in serious relationships, but not married. Definitely one, and […]

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