Piper on How to Break Free From the Addiction to Entertainment

I think that there are more Christians addicted to entertainment than we think (and more than would admit).  I think to some extent, obviously, we are all addicted to entertainment.  Piper offers some thoughts on how to break free from this very common addiction. Continue reading Piper on How to Break Free From the Addiction to Entertainment

Top 10 College Football Moments since 1984

My apologies for being a day late on this one.  I amended this one, though.  In honor of college football starting this past weekend, I’m going to put the top 10 college football moments since I’ve been alive. I won’t comment much, but I did provide a YouTube link for each one so you can watch and judge for yourself. 10.  Vince Young Scores to Win Title – On 4th and 5, Vince Young runs to the corner of the end zone to beat USC in the 2006 Fiesta Bowl. 9.  Appalachian State Takes Down the Big House – The … Continue reading Top 10 College Football Moments since 1984

Top 10 Sitcoms in the 90s

10.  Full House – The show had great family lessons and values.  It was actually pretty funny as well (at least when I was younger).  Too bad every family couldn’t resolve their problems in 30 minutes or less. 9.  Frasier – This spin-off of Cheers is usually in the Top 5 in people’s lists, but I never watched the show.  I do like Kesley Grammer, however.  The few episodes I did watch were funny…especially the father.  You gotta love old, senile men who have nothing better to do than give their sons a hard time. 8. Family Matters – There … Continue reading Top 10 Sitcoms in the 90s