Kasen Videos

Just thought I’d post a few videos we filmed over the past few weeks. They’re all really short, but capture some fun moments.

Kasen’s “Bite” from Steve Corn on Vimeo.

Kasen’s First Bowling Experience from Steve Corn on Vimeo.

Trying to get Kasen to say Kesleigh from Steve Corn on Vimeo.

Gigi’s Sprinkler from Steve Corn on Vimeo.

Sprinkler from Steve Corn on Vimeo.

Bubbles with Grandma from Steve Corn on Vimeo.

Kasen Playing with Mommy from Steve Corn on Vimeo.


06-06-29Miranda and I saw the movie “Click” the other day. It was not as funny as I thought – more serious – of course anything with Adam Sandler has some funny stuff too. Anyway, it was a better movie than I expected. Makes you really think about how even the small, boring, or “not fun” things in life are important. Made me think about treasuring every moment I have in life. Even the parts I hate – like watching “So You think You can Dance” with Miranda.

Da Vinci Code Lies

06-05-22Just thought I’d share some of the stuff I found and talked about at U-TURN.

Jesus was NOT married to Mary Magdalene.

Not even one of the 4 gospels makes any reference to this. And the interaction that you see between the two of them in John 20 – there’s not even a hint of this kind of relationship between them. Besides, the whole idea of Jesus being married doesn’t work ’cause we (the church) are the bride of Christ. We’re the ones He is going to be married to. When Jesus speaks of “going to prepare a place for us” it was a reference to a Jewish wedding custom where the groom would go and build an addition onto his fathers home where he and his bride would live. All this is to say Jesus is married to us – not Mary Magdalene. The idea that Jesus was married to Mary Magdalene comes from some other books which are not included in our Bible. These books (The Gnostic Gospels) were written between 150ad and 400ad – long after the books we have in our Bibles. There is also no way of really knowing who wrote them. For example the Gnostic Gospel of Thomas couldn’t have been written by the disciple we know as Thomas simply because Thomas would have been dead by the time the book was written. The Gospels we have were all written Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John – people who were eyewitnesses to the claims they were making.

The Council of Nicea was NOT the first time Jesus was considered to be God.

check back and I’ll finish this post later. . . . .