Monthly Archives: November 2006

Bible translation software development

When people ask what I do, I usually say something like “I develop software to help Bible translators.” That is probably about the shortest accurate answer to that question that I can muster, at least for my “main” job. I … Continue reading

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Preserving a Pure Heart in a Pornographic World

Some things are not easy to write about, but this one has been on my heart, lately. This isn’t just my war for righteousness, but it affects you, too. Today, at lunch, a friend told me of his son’s adventures … Continue reading

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Fear is the enemy of security.

While traveling by air, I am often amazed at the nearly world-wide response to a single terrorist act or threat. I’m not so much amazed that the response is wide-spread, but at the apparent inability of those who make and … Continue reading

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Vote God’s way!

I am pleased that I was able to vote in the current election in Colorado. I really tried to vote absentee while living in Papua New Guinea, but the slowness of air mail into and out of PNG made that … Continue reading

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