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Plan Your Last Minute Summer Vacation to Branson With Ease

The summer months are just flying by and it’s hard to believe that school will be starting in just a few short weeks. If you and your family haven’t had the chance to make your way to Branson yet, you’ve still got time! 253 more words


Some Thoughts on Jonah

The Book of Jonah was written in eighth century BC.  Orthodox Holy Tradition holds the author to be the Prophet Jonah himself.  Jonah lived during King Jeroboam II’s reign over the Northern Kingdom, and is referenced in 2 Kings 14:25.  1,738 more words


light to our path.

There are markers placed along the path of life we all walk on. Those are the moments when God brings light to our path through times of darkness. 158 more words

Notes from the Whale's Belly

by Sam Buntz

On July 24, 2014 in Mosul, Iraq, militants from ISIS destroyed the tomb of the Prophet Jonah (or, Yunus in Arabic). Of course, it may not have… 1,460 more words

Jonah Is (Is) Swallowed Up One Last Time

Religion is remembering; calling back something we didn’t know we knew that grounds us and lends continuity and meaning to our days. (re-”again” 699 more words


July 27

2 Kings 7:3-20

3Now there were four lepers seated at the doorway into the town: and they said to one another, Why are we waiting here for death? 1,337 more words


A Loving Intervention

“God where are you?”

You could barely decipher what I had just said between my gasping for breath and whimpering.

“I thought you were good? Are you even real?”

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