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I have always believed in voting but I have never been a political geek. I get the basics information about the causes I care about to see how I wish to vote or, on topics I don’t understand or know enough about, I abstain. However, this presidential race was different. I wasn’t glued to the TV like some (though I did finally get to see “The Incredible Hulk” on DVD last night), but my lap top was open the whole time I watched the movie as I hit refresh every five minutes or so to get the latest results.

I think my peeked interest had to do with the fact that I was conflicted this election. I struggled with if I was going to vote for the guy that I thought was the best for the economy, health care, the war in Iraq, and so forth, then I must admit I was leaning towards Obama. If I voted for the guy who has the most experience, stood where I do on many morality issues, that I respect, and the like, then I would vote for McCain.

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A church staff member from Nashville wrote a pretty interesting post today about how some people enter into the church ministry service because they think they can get away with less than normal work loads. The church I pastor now is the third church I have been a part of, each one of the smaller size, and I have already run across such an individual myself.

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Like a billion other people I know, I have felt a desire to write a book for years (even if I suck at spelling). There have been topics that come and go in my mind and never felt right. Every once in a long while, I would get a topic on my heart that I would get excited about but would not work out do to time constraints. Then, with a little time passing, I would get to the point that I would get bored with or at least loss the zeal for it.

However, something feels a little different with what is happening at this point (now I just need to find the time to type).

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