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Experimental Faith

I don’t know about you, but I’m a sucker for the Bible stories that revolve around the varied feasts instituted in the Law.  I get really excited every time I read about Hezekiah’s Passover, or Josiah’s big revival ending with the Passover feast.  2,293 more words


Be Armed

These days we are constantly confronted by people who want to bring down the walls of Christianity and dissuade us from building strong beliefs in our God.  2,666 more words


It Takes a Village

In the book of Nehemiah, the people are rebuilding the wall of Jerusalem.  This process takes a lot of people all working together towards the same goal.  1,870 more words


A Dark Smokey Eye Layman's Tutorial

So, photography isn’t my only passion. Actually, you could say I’m passionate about many things in life. Make-up and photography are two loves that I would love to combine for the perfect job. 142 more words

Ahhh! It's All Falling Apart!

In recent years, some large (and not so large) protestant churches have been going through very difficult times. (Heck, although these notes are a several months old, just in recent weeks yet another church and its leader has come under major scrutiny.) Pastors’ personal lives are starting to become publicized and everything a particular church has done wrong is now being proclaimed on the news. 1,717 more words


Side-effects on an active man

My medication works by acting on various receptors in the brain, particularly dopamine receptors and serotonin receptors. Dopamine and serotonin are natural compounds called neurotransmitters, and are involved in transmitting messages between brain cells. 319 more words

Mental Health