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7 days in the Okanagan ........................................................................ Day 1 : Lake Country, Vernon

Once upon a time, nestled between Lake Country and Vernon, small hills in the foreground and blue water lakes, where herds of cows that can be guessed by small black spots like to chill around, one of the wildest Okanagan Valley’s spot, that have more than one trick up its sleeve to delight the nature lovers and golf addicts. 221 more words


Insomnia the ravings of a sleepy fluffball *-*

So as all of you who have ever had insomnia in your life will know… it really really sucks. Staring at the ceiling for hours trying to make the voices stop, as they tell you to walk outside and do things to your favorite cat… maybe thats just me but you know what I’m getting at, so now I’m just lay here writing this. 440 more words


Favourite Comic Friday #24: Avengers #1

Here’s a series I don’t talk about very much–mostly because I’m embarrassingly behind on it, having directed most of my attention at its partner series, New Avengers. 883 more words


Tip of the Day, February 5

February 5 – To create something means to bring into being from nothing, to cause to exist.  The Hebrew word is “bara”, which is to create.  119 more words


Jesus: A Theography (Chapter 1)

It’s incredible how a book can come to you at just the right time. Just the other week I was teaching a Bible Study class on the topic of creation. 386 more words

Jesus: A Theography


Let’s start this New Year off with a bang! I once heard a seminary president say, jokingly responding to the idea that science and faith can’t coexist, “God said, ‘Let there be light’…bang!…Big bang!” I think that’s funny. 368 more words


Waiting for The Day (Part 1): Promises, Creation, and the Hope Impossible

Advent 2014 has just begun.

This year I have been thinking about Advent more than usual.

I didn’t come from a context that paid a huge amount of attention to Advent (other than it being the time to begin decorating a tree and defrosting a turkey) but when I started university I met many who had. 2,162 more words