I'm back home from vacation. Labor Day is over. Lots of work was waiting for me at the office this morning. I was so busy catching up with stuff I didn't do last week that I didn't even have time to post to the blog today.
Tomorrow I'm going to try to post the first of two or three posts giving my candid thoughts about the controversy surrounding Dr. Robert Millet's book on Mormonism. Stay tuned.
John MacArthur is also back from his 3-month sabbatical. He came to Grace to You this afternoon to record material for the broadcast (after a staff meeting at the church this morning). I spent about about a half hour in the studio interviewing him about the Katrina aftermath, and we recorded that conversation. It was interesting to get his thoughts, and we're going to try to use that interview for a special broadcast in a few days.
I'm also going to try a new theme for my bloggraphics this week: postcards. I hope it'll be less controversial than last week's comic-book covers. After all, postcards should be pretty innocuous, right? Monday's post on Tulsa featured the first postcard of the series. Here's the second, celebrating my return from vacation. This is a classic 70s-era picture of the valley I call home: