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Book Review: The Grave Robber

“Everyone wants a miracle. But here’s the catch: no one wants to be in a situation that necessitates one! Of course, you can’t have one without the other.” (

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The Deepest Thing I Know

I resolved to live differently, ‘to pay attention to the deepest thing [I] know,’ as Douglas Steere evocatively described prayer.

-Arthur Boers, Living Into Focus…

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'Living Into Focus' Discussion: Part 2 (Ch. 5ff.)

Arthur Boers, Living Into Focus: Choosing What Matters in an Age of Distraction (2012)

This is home-base for discussion on chapter 5 and following. Chapter 6 is a doozy; should be an interesting discussion.


Why Dogs Are...

Thompson, Tana. Gentry, Marita. Why Dogs Are… USA: Kendall Neff Publishing. 2013.

Running through the beautiful fields of Heaven, dogs originally only existed in Heaven until required on earth. 225 more words

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Books I've Read In 2014...(so far.)

I LOVE READING, so I figured I would share a list of everything I’ve read this year (so far) along with short reviews of each book. 1,398 more words

Cruising Into Oblivion at 70mph

Motorized transportation, he argued, eats up miles and makes surrounding scenery small and insignificant. ‘You’ve seen it all; yet, you’ve seen nothing.’

-Arthur Boers, Living Into Focus…

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In What Ways are We Present?

The Lord’s Supper binds us not just with people who receive elements but also with farmers and food, creation and creatures. It connects us to the past, the present, and the future: ‘Christ…

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