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The Sea to Mountain Drive /Can you say "Close to the Border"...

Saturday began with a stop just north of Tiberias on the Sea of Galilee where Jesus met with His disciples on the shore after His resurrection. 1,044 more words

Lectionary Sermon for February 15, 2015, Transfiguration Sunday, Year B on Mark 9: 2-9

I have met a number of preachers who try to avoid preaching on this particular passage with its story of the Transfiguration. In a scientific age, we find awkward stories of visions of the old Testament figures of Moses and Elijah on a mountain top together with Jesus reportedly changed in appearance so that his cloak shone with a dazzling white gleam,(Mark uses the word… 2,171 more words


Fallen Angels - Part 1

We are told that 1/3 of the angels fell with Lucifer, other than that we don’t know much from the 66 books. We do know that the serpent Lucifer as his name has been translated. 1,963 more words


Felton Bridges: 1938 + 1972 (Photos 1-4)

People often ask me when these 2 bridges were built and for the life of me, I just can’t seem to remember! So I’m posting them here, complete with dates + photos: 89 more words

Felton History

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Winter is all but forgotten. Good. My struggle with Winter 2014 was supported by some excellent, heavily recommended books, written by butterfly notables and other naturalists who long ago had earned their position amongst those of us who savor and seek wildlife conservation. 388 more words

For Interested Students

Not Just Another Gift Book~A Friend in the Storm by Cheryl Ricker

I really do not like to be rushed, so with that in mind I arrived at the Mt. Hermon Christian Writers Conference the day before it was to begin. 223 more words

Tidbits: Everything Means Something, Mt. Hermon

By Doris Tarbutton

Mount Hermon, in the northern part of Israel, also is located in part in Syria and Lebanon.  It is the chief source of water for the Sea of Galilee and the Jordan River.  493 more words

Tidbits: Everything Means Something