Tag Archives: Millennials

Dealing with relationship disabilities

  I ran into one of Chandler’s former tutors in the bakery yesterday and he started talking about how the internet, cell phones and social media have changed the nature of relationships, especially for Gen X, Y, and Millennials. He … Continue reading

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Rearranging the furniture on a revolution

John, one of our regular readers who frequently comments on Catches, commented on yesterday’s Catch with a story of his own. He went through a similar experience with adjusting to the deaths of his parents while living in the same … Continue reading

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Soundtrack for a Revolution

On December 1, 2018, The Catch Ministry, Inc. enters a new era. We will be launching an online radio station which will be a new expression of Grace Turned Outward to the World. The station will be called Music the … Continue reading

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Dig rock ’n’ roll or dig your own grave

There’s one more insight to be gained from the concert Marti and I attended last weekend (see Monday’s Catch: “I Dig Rock ’n’ Roll Music”). I had mentioned how it was a tour through the music from 1962 – 1975 … Continue reading

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The last unreached people group in America

When I asked last night’s BlogTalkRadio guest, Tony Huynh (pronounced “Win”), a millennial seminary student working for a Masters in Theological Studies focusing on race, gender and politics, what he would say to the Boomer generation, he surprised me with … Continue reading

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Playing real good for free

I slept last night in a good hotel I went shopping today for jewels The wind rushed around in the dirty town And the children let out from the schools I was standing on a noisy corner Waiting for the … Continue reading

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To the restroom (or heaven) and back

Chandler and I spent three days and two nights of this Memorial Day weekend camping and fishing in and around Lake Isabella and the Kern River near Bakersfield, California. The trip had one setback for me in that I forgot … Continue reading

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Pardon the politics; feel the pain

The Catch has a friend; his name is Alex, and he is 25 years old. That makes him an official millennial. We consult with him about the Internet, and he teaches us a lot about his generation. First off, he … Continue reading

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