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One Dinner ...

… feeds one hundred less fortunate. 

Feed JC and the Jersey City Parks Coalition is hosting the “Dinner in the Park” series through Nov. 14 – a string of monthly dinners at a park in each of the city’s six wards. 306 more words

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Farmer Webster's Oak Tree

The giant oak had reigned supreme o’er farmer Webster’s woods.
But there’d been talk of late that ‘neath those woods lay soil quite good.

And then one day bulldozers came and men with churning saws, 246 more words


Finding the Cecil in Human Justice

I just read two Christianity Today articles that are so diametrically opposed to each other:

Carey Lodge and Rio Ribaya 998 more words

Carey Lodge


Dear Members of Congress,

I made a trip to our local farmers’ market this morning to choose among the amazing summertime bounty of fruits and vegetables from the NY/PA border region. 142 more words


So Now What?

A few weeks ago, after I returned from Haiti I felt God was tugging on me to write something down. At the time I didn’t know what that meant and if it was something I should share or keep to myself. 734 more words

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Feeding the Hungry in Hot Springs, Arkansas

By Katy Hagerman

Oaklawn Church of God is following the passage from James 2:16-17, which says, “If one of you says to him, “Go, I wish you well; keep warm and well fed,” but does nothing about his physical needs, what good is it? 455 more words

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Has God left the building, and should the church follow?

Reposting this from a blog I follow, ‘Holy Soup’. The original post can be found here. Clearly this is written from an American church perspective, but there’s lots to challenge and help us think here in the UK.   817 more words