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US Visa Application and undiagnosed neuro symptoms?!

Ok… so it’s been a while since I posted on here… Sorry about that! I was discharged from the hospital care a while ago in terms of my VS and other neuro symptoms (all of which remain undiagnosed) and I’ve been caught up with my (hopefully) upcoming move to the US to marry my beautful fiancee <3 Please visit our blog ( 428 more words


Jackson Pollock: Blind Spots at Tate Liverpool

Last weekend I went to see the new Jackson Pollock exhibition which has just opened up at Tate Liverpool. The exhibition is entitled ‘Blind Spots’ as it looks at blind spots in the practice of Pollock and aims to delve deeper into his work, looking at lesser known paintings (and even a few of his sculptures) to generate a better understanding of his art. 284 more words


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The greatest work you will ever do is charity; the most divine work you will ever do will be changing people’s perception of God, while you’re doing charity.”

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Random Stories

Jackson Pollock's 'Blind Spots' exhibition

The Liverpool Tate Gallery, in Liverpool, North-West England, displaying the artistic creations of the American painter and sculptor Jackson Pollock (1912-1956) on Monday 29th June 2015. 95 more words


Signs and Laughter 

Just a quick reading this morning for me, feeling energies shift and all that jazz, and this was my last of three cards (literally pulled out 42, 41 and 43 – what are the odds). 192 more words


Collin Hansen Helps You See "Blind Spots" You Didn't Know You Have

What is the biggest problem facing the Church today? And how should we as Christians respond to that challenge? While we all have different answers to that question, odds are that your answers place you roughly within several streams of Christians: the  411 more words

Book Reviews

Review: Blind Spots

Collin Hansen, Blind Spots: Becoming a Courageous, Compassionate, and Commissioned Church, (Wheaton:Crossway, 2015), pp. 128 $9.58 (Amazon)

I recently took a brief break from my Tim Keller/C.S. 893 more words