Denise Miller Holmes | June 29, 2009
Savvy Article #0917
Connecting is supposed to be what Facebook is about. But, some people cheat! I went on a rant about this yesterday morning on Facebook and had a great time doing it. My rant? It was about the chickens that post nothing but enigmatic philosophical statements in their status bar.
Denise Miller Holmes | June 15, 2009
Savvy Article #0916
Gregory House is the absolute, utmost, jerkiest protagonist on television. But, is he redeemable?
There is a word of wisdom in writing that says an author should only create a hero that is likeable. That doesn’t mean you can’t have a jerk as a hero, it just means there has to be something about [...]
Denise Miller Holmes | June 8, 2009
Savvy Article #0915
I bet you’ve heard this statement in more than one sermon: All we need is God. I’ve heard my friends say it, too. “I don’t need people. I only need God.”
The argument that supports this belief says that God is unfailing. People fail. God is always there. People abandon. God is trustworthy. People [...]
Denise Miller Holmes | June 1, 2009
Savvy Article #0914
This verse is a command: “Forgetting what lies behind and reaching forward to what lies ahead, . . .” (Philippians 3:13b, NASB)
It says to let go of the past. It implies that unless we do, we can’t reach forward to the future. It does not say how we are to accomplish this, however, [...]