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Western society and social change

One aspect of western society that seems consistence is that it is continually transforming itself. In fact, coming to terms with social change is part of the experience of westerners. 308 more words


Holiday Favorite Full of Rich, Creamy Flavor & Agriculture

I love this time of year. There’s a crispness in the air. People seem just a little bit lighter and joy-filled. We all seem to have traditions that we do every year. 625 more words


This Is Why Old People Rule: The "Adapt" Argument

As we get older, there is an idiom that keeps cropping up like a child peeking over the neighbor’s face. The more I hear it, I can’t help but cringe: 595 more words



During the month of November, we were able to see lots of family in New York and Wisconsin. Yes, we did take pictures of everyone, but that would be a lot of pictures filling up this blog post. 345 more words


LIFECYCLE & Should aging churches be euthanized? #No (what I learned by consulting them)

by Bob Whitesel, D.Min., Ph.D., 12/7/17.

Recently a student commented, “Last week (national name) was advocating that we put a ‘Sun Set Clause’ in all our churches. 767 more words


Conservatism and Age

I recently had some colleagues over for drinks. Ultimately overshadowing the entire evening was a heated debate over race, immigration, welfare drug legalisation, homosexuality in modern day America, which proved nonetheless entertaining.  526 more words


From Generation to Generation

The Lord said to Moses, “These are the names of the men who are to assign the land for you as an inheritance….”
Numbers 34:16-17a (NIV) 541 more words