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Cooking-Up Complacency

I love cooking. I love food. Give me a day, or an hour, with a great cook, and I will be a very happy person. So, of course, when the Y offered a cooking class to learn how to make fresh pasta from a chef from our best restaurant in town, I was first in line. 485 more words

Life Lessons

Calvary and the weight of the World

There’s a powerful scene at the end of the film Calvary, where the town butcher Jack Brennan (Chris O’Dowd) confronts his priest Father James (Bredan Gleeson) on a beach in Ireland. 1,231 more words

Chrisianity

A Note to the Unsatisfied Christian

By Abbie Bauer

To those Christians who grew up in church and are still there today, to those who are still in the church but have been left desiring more from christianity, to those who have turned from Christianity in search of something more, allow me to address you and urge you not to buy into the lie that a religion can satisfy you, bring purpose and meaning. 1,167 more words

Whose Skin Am I In?

A year ago if someone had asked me to describe myself I would have happily stated something like this:

I am a photgrapher, I have three children and have been married for 6 years. 1,147 more words

Spirituality

Photo Challenge: Light Invades the Forest Depths

The light shines in the darkness, and the darkness can never extinguish it.

John 1:5

Photo Challenge:  Depth

Photography

How I Got Here: Part 1

So, as I touched on a bit in my last post, I started dipping my toes in the ministry pool when I started dating someone who was going into the ministry. 304 more words

Laying Your Requests Down

We’ve been discussing the book of Ruth for the past 2 weeks. We know that Ruth’s husband has died, and she has chosen to cling to her mother-in-law, because where her mother-in-law lives is where the One true God is worshiped. 877 more words

Faith