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Jerusalem and the Titanic

I have read (Bible Study Tools on Jerusalem) that there was a time that Jerusalem was invincible. I can certainly understand how that could happen, just thinking of the miraculous creation of the temple and the tangible presence of God there, how could any enemy prevail? 375 more words

Ordinary Time

In memory of Yorkshire Brewery: a pictorial retrospective

It is my blog’s 5th birthday today! ┬áTo celebrate, I am posting a tribute to the subject of my very first blog post: Yorkshire Brewery. 275 more words

Melbourne

silos and spires

We left Virginia and  headed north on a cold blustery day to be with family.

Our destination was the family church. Atop the mountain, we take in the sweeping views of the valley below. 127 more words

Challenges for the World Parks Congress

Sydney, Australia – This week the 6th IUCN World Parks Congress will be held at the Sydney Olympic Park November 12-19.

How to evaluate the 2014 World Parks Congress? 447 more words

2014

On the Road: Nebraska

Before crossing the Colorado state border into Nebraska, we stopped at Two Mile Creek. Along the north bank of the creek, a sandy outcrop had been eroded into low cliffs with strange rock formations. 944 more words

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