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Bless the children

There are way too many news items about children these days. We see their torn bodies pulled from the rubble in the Middle East. We see them being used a political pawns in the immigration disputes. 468 more words

Commentary

Why I Keep Bees and Think You Should Too

Have you ever been stung by a bee? Me too!

Awesome!

I just built rapport by establishing common ground in my introduction. So, based off what I learned in high school English, you (the reader) now need to keep reading! 1,807 more words

06. Culture

Tempering The Mettle

Have you ever realized that most painters continue to paint until the end of their lives or are physically unable to do so? They never stop. 361 more words

SciSun: Our Bark is Worse than Their Bite

Years ago, when frequent carnivals and circuses roamed the earth (something like dinosaurs, but not quite as reptilian), there was a man that stood in front of the tent and shouted out all the wonders that could be experienced for only the price of a ticket. 705 more words

SciSun

Biophilic Design

Sustainability is about the impact of people and their behaviours on the natural environment. Biophilia is about how the environment and nature impacts us. Biophilic design is about creating good habitats for people in a modern built environment that satisfy their need for beneficial contact with the natural world. 131 more words

Design

Matthew 13:24-30, 36-43 "God Shines through a Gold Tooth" RSUMC 20140727

 He put before them another parable: ‘The kingdom of heaven may be compared to someone who sowed good seed in his field; but while everybody was asleep, an enemy came and sowed weeds among the wheat, and then went away. 1,110 more words

Witness

Spiritual Liberties and Wasting Our Time

We recently finished two weeks of sermons on spiritual liberties (Giving Up Your Freedom Part I and Part II). I focused on the command to lay down liberties when they might offend or stumble our brothers or sisters in Christ, … 425 more words

Sunday Bulletin Letters