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Hannah Brown Kingsbury - A Lifter, never a Leaner - Week #5 - 52 Ancestor Challenge

With Winter Storm Juno bearing down on New England, it seems like a good time to write about my great great grandmother Hannah Brown who was born in Vermont in 1830. 1,070 more words

Blogging 101

What Does Salt Have to Do With It?

Salt of the earth is a pretty common phrase, or at least it has been.  We think of salt as something of a commodity, readily obtained at the grocery store right down aisle 4, across from the flour and yeast.  959 more words

Sermon Podcast

The Salt of the Earth

The Salt of the Earth is Wim Wender’s homage to the photographer Sebastião Salgado. It’s co directed by Salgado’s son Juliano who spent some time following his father around with a film camera. 103 more words

Film / Movie

Are powerful unions a thing of the past?!

Are unions “dying”?

With the path unions are currently heading, they may soon be thing of the past.   They’ve moved from their focus from advocating for safe work conditions and fair pay, to the realm of political organizations using their network to influence the political realm. 548 more words

Politics

Pass the Salt

“You are the salt of the earth; but, if salt loses its flavor, how shall it be seasoned? It is then good for nothing but to be thrown out and trampled underfoot by men.” (Matthew 5:13) 204 more words

January 11 Matthew 5:13-20

January 11

Matthew 5:13-20 (ESV)

Salt and Light

13 “You are the salt of the earth, but if salt has lost its taste, how shall its saltiness be restored? 209 more words

Bible

The Presence of the Kingdom: A Book Review

In this book the author explores and answers the question, “How should the Christian live in the modern world?” In this age of technological advancement and mass media, Ellul vigorously pleads for Christians to live out their identity as the salt of the earth and light of world to this decaying and darkened society. 1,587 more words

Jesus Christ