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"Elementary school-aged theologians"

Here’s a beautiful reflection on choir camp written by my colleague, the Rev’d Canon Emily Hylden:


Having enjoyed several years of choir camps with… 214 more words


The Welcome Mat is out for Terrorists

Today on Fox News it was reported: “The Obama administration is now quietly making it easier for people with connections to terror groups to get asylum in the United States.  387 more words


Phil Robertson and Homeland Security

If you were in Raleigh, North Carolina and decided to take the most scenic route to the “Outer Banks”, you would travel Hwy 264 east through Greenville, Washington and Belhaven.  918 more words


Twin Cities Life - One Man's Journey

By Jed Johnson

It was with a great deal of uncertainty that I moved to the Twin Cities in 2009, starting my Metro career off on the border of St. 654 more words

Design is in the Details: A Table for Every Seat

Just a quick post today…I’ve got some midterm projects to complete.  But, I think one of the best things about the Room of the Week is that it not only looks pretty, but would function really well.  83 more words

Design Is In The Details

Color Palette: Paint Colors for the Evening

The Room of the Week looks beautiful with the daylight streaming in.  And, the walls really do glow even with bright light.  But imagine if only the lamps were lit and the curtains were drawn.  155 more words

Anatomy Of A Room

Piece de Resistance: A Pair of Orange Lounge Chairs

Anyone who has known me for a little bit of time knows that orange is my favorite color, so I couldn’t help but pick the pair of orange chairs as the piece de resistance in the… 298 more words

Anatomy Of A Room