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"Beautiful Things"-Dance & Live Painting

It gives me unfailing hope to realize that in my mess, I don’t live in a story of despair but one in which Christ by His Grace takes the absolute mess of who we are and brings about beautiful things by (and only by!) His Grace, His Gospel- His redemptive, restorative, and renewing work in and through our lives. 84 more words


Us Or Them?

Recently, I spent a week in Jerusalem. As far as holidays go, this one (I like to call it my pilgrimage), was one of the most interesting, intense and insightful trips I’ve ever been on. 1,323 more words


A Song for All Saints

Beautiful Things


“Death is but crossing the world, as friends do the seas; they live in one another still. For they must needs be present, that love and live in that which is omnipresent. 56 more words

A Poet's Education

"Light," by Gungor

I (Helen) saw the video for “Light” by Gungor a while ago, but I recently listened to an episode of The Liturgists Podcast where Michael & Lisa Gungor shared more of their heart behind this song; the interview reminded me of how I was moved when I first saw their video and read their story, and made me want to share “Light” with you. 84 more words

Packards' Progress

The Fight of Solidarity: Our Struggles Are Not the Same

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There is little in the field of White worship (church) music that I can listen to anymore. Fred Hammond, Israel Houghton & New Breed, Kirk Franklin, Mavis and the Staples (tell me “Carry This Load” isn’t worship) is more along my lines. 1,499 more words


Sacred Spaces 482– Listen to music:

This past weekend, I learnt quite a bit from the Global Leadership Summit

With various speakers taking to the stage, teaching and sharing some thoughts/lessons on leadership; the session that tugged at something in me was the Saturday morning one after the interview with Brian Houston (from Hillsong Church acclaim). 303 more words


Us For Them

In case you hadn’t heard, we just had an election yesterday.

Now before we go any further know this: I am neither about to perform a Riverdance on Stephen Harper’s political grave or forecast the doom of the Liberal ‘Red Wave’ and draw connections to the Blood Moons and the book of Revelation. 785 more words