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Internal Destruction

By Karen Polich

Pastor Michael Cook’s Restore sermon series brings us to Nehemiah Chapter 5. (Listen to the podcast here.)

Here we learn that the fight continues, but this time it is not from an outside enemy. 396 more words

Alessio Pozzi & Otto S Wear Bottega Veneta Cruise 2015 collection for OUT

Easy Elegance–After a promising preview, we can now take a look at the whole Bottega Veneta themed story featured in the latest issue of… 85 more words


Alessio Pozzi & Otto S Pose for OUT Magazine in Bottega Veneta Cruise Collection

Casual Ease–Models Alessio Pozzi (Re:Quest) and Otto S (Wilhelmina) connect with photographer Matthew Scrivens for a Bottega Veneta themed editorial, featured in OUT magazine. Outfitted by fashion editor Michael Cook in numbers from the cruise 2015 collection designed by Tomas Maier for the Italian luxury label, the models showcase a selection of styles that unveil a modern approach to menswear, blending a modern sense of elegance, with an easy to wear attitude. 19 more words



By Karen Polich

Restoration is simply part of life and cannot be avoided. Much of our lives will be spent restoring someone or something. Pastor Michael Cook continued his sermon series… 445 more words

Restore - Cost Counting

By Karen Polich

Cost Counting – Assessing the Damage

 In a broken world with broken people, most of us will find ourselves participating in restoration numerous times throughout life’s many stages. 

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New Articles!

This week’s articles both address discrimination. The first, “Lynching as Blood Sacrifice?” discusses the motivations that drove white Christians to lynch African Americans. The second, “What Makes Us Different?” examines the artwork of Michael Cook while pondering how the people of this world can discriminate against those who are so similar to them. 14 more words



By: Karen Polich

We place such value on being prepared. We plan everything from vacations to what we are going to have for dinner. We plan our careers, our weddings, our lives. 445 more words