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#Perspective : see the world through the eyes of Christ

Matthew 9:12-13

But when Jesus heard it, He replied, Those who are strong and well (healthy) have no need of a physician, but those who are weak and sick. 57 more words

Scripture Quotes

Story Time

Thwack, thwack!
My grandfather crouches outside on the porch, hacking at a coconut with a machete, bare chested and impossibly tan
His face is lined and rough, so is the rest of him, and he is red like the marbling of those rocks I see in movies, the ones in Arizona and New Mexico that cowboys always chase the Indians through… 1,956 more words

Narrative

Study: More Homeless Children Now Than Any Point in US History

Common Dreams
by Jon Queally

A new report on child homelessness in America finds that 2.5 million children experience homelessness annually.

The annual levels of homelessness among children have never been higher in the United States, according to a new comprehensive report released on Monday. 472 more words

US News

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The Ebola crisis and the abode of Christ

I had what I’d like to think of as a divine mishearing at church the other day. I was sure at first that the person leading the prayers had said ‘Let’s pray about the abode of Christ’. 1,173 more words

Theology

Attending My High School Reunion

I attended my 30 year high school reunion last weekend.  I had a great time and I was pleased to call this miscellaneous group of people my classmates.  327 more words

Beyond the Perimeter

Standing at the perimeter looking in

Watching the flashing smiles of glistening teeth;

They’re false smiles, but smiles nonetheless.

Everyone looks so happy with the sun shining down on them, 73 more words

Poetry

Outcasts, by Jill Williamson

Outcasts, by Jill Williamson
Backcover: UNCOVERING THE TRUTH COULD COST THEM THEIR LIVES. Since entering the Safe Lands, Mason has focused on two things: finding a way to free his village from captivity and finding a cure for the disease that ravages many within the walls of the Safe Lands. 267 more words

Book Review