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Farmers & Families

This is the second installment of 6 blogs as we discover the many Partner Sites of the Silos & Smokestacks National Heritage Area and the themes explored by each. 577 more words

Thinking Legacy

My family and I left bible college nearly three years ago to start a new church from scratch. Lot’s of things have happened between then and now, but today we lead what some might call a thriving community church on a housing estate. 572 more words

Chav Church

I would like to defend the millennials

Lately I’ve noticed a lot of posts on social media knocking the millennial generation.  These extensive posts, video rants, and parody songs call us lazy, entitled, and overly sensitive, to name a few.   946 more words

Generational Pain: "I was spanked and turned out OK"

Are you one of those people who keeps asserting that you “were spanked and turned out OK”?

Do you feel that no harm was done to the relationships you have with your children, or that you had no relationship issues with your own parents after experiencing such “discipline”? 1,634 more words

Partnership

Boredom.

We are all familiar with it, we have all felt it before, and we are all compelled by it every time something interesting is just out of reach. 527 more words

Diaries of a British-Nepalese Woman: Division of Labour in Marriage

By Bandana Upadhya

Two months after being married to the man I loved, I painfully watched him re– wash some of the dishes I had washed, while also listening to him telling me that I should not have put raw meat on THAT shelf of the fridge. 535 more words

Identity

Millennials and Gen Z

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by SARAH HANASHIRO

The most recent and most populous generations include Generation Y, also called the “Millennials” and the unnamed new generation, which has been called Generation Z or the iGeneration. 491 more words

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