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Apple Stands Firm Against Intolerance

It came to the attention of the public recently that an app had been admitted to Apple’s App Store that purported to be “a useful resource for men, women, parents, students, and ministry leaders.”

However, what the app was really about shocked and appalled well over 150,000 people. Find out why behind the cut…

NOTE: I have been very loose with my language and opinion in this post – if you are easily offended by strong language or others’ opinions, I recommend you do not read this post.

Further Note: This blog post is approximately 4,900 words long, not counting the TL;DR section. Be prepared for some heavy reading.

5 Things I Learned From My First Car Accident

Whoa, this is like my second ever “list post”! Am I writing it to generate traffic and interest in my blog, as so many “blogging gurus” say these types of posts are good for? NO!

I wrote this post because I needed to get off my chest the rant that is enclosed within…

Courtesy Word Of Caution: Potentially offensive and possibly excessive “bad language” has been used in the crafting of this blog post.

Help Bring Noor & Ramsey Home

Two American children, Noor William Noble Bower, 8, and Ramsay Maclean Bower, 6, were kidnapped from their Boston home on August 11, 2009 by their mother.

To find our more and to show your support, please read and share this article with your family and friends. With luck and the help of our online global community, we might just be able to help bring these children home to their father.

Choosing A Direction

Choosing a direction can be hard, especially when there’s so many potential paths to take…

Within, I discuss the layout changes that I’ve made to this site and where I stand on making a decision about what I’ll be doing after The 10 Years Project winds down…

A Sffarlenn.net Update For 2011

Welcome to 2011. Herein lies a collection of thoughts, ideas, hopes and feelings for 2011 and how I am looking forward to the year ahead.

Lots of plans, lots of potential, lots of words. I recommend boiling the kettle and getting comfortable to read this one!

The Worst Flood In Australian History

That’s what they’re calling it on the news now.
I was going to write a whole post about this but it’s unfolding faster than anything I’ve seen in a long time – this disaster just keeps bouncing back-and-forth between “holy crap” and “we have time to breathe!”
I would not cover this in as much detail as [...]