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Stream of Consciousness- December 1st, 2016

1:14 in the morning, as decided by those that divided the day into 24 hours and the hours into 60 minutes. Why they did so is more important than perhaps you’ve ever stopped to think. 526 more words

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5 Ways to Embrace a New Culture

At one point or another, we’re all faced with a new situation where we must adapt.  This could be the result of moving to a new area, switching schools, or starting a new job.   523 more words

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What's Next for Ditching the Daily Grind?

First off, to our U.S. readers, we’d like to wish you all an early Happy Thanksgiving from the UK.  As a family, we’ve been blessed and have a lot to be thankful for.   776 more words

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Random recollection

When I was about eight years old, Mom drove me and three other friends from church up to camp for the first time. Two of my friends were twins, and the other was no relation, and the three of them were comparing their stepfathers. 235 more words

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What we mean for evil

Reflections on change, on injustice, on things I don’t understand, on the unfolding of my life as it unfolds…

Brings me to a delicate space in my mind. 1,067 more words

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Having Power...is a Good Thing

In his book, In the Name of Jesus, Henri Nouwen applies the three temptations of Jesus to challenges in pastoral leadership. In Matthew chapter 4, following his baptism, Jesus fasts 40 days in the desert and then is tested by the devil. 1,133 more words

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Turning the Other Cheek

I’ve been reading this absolutely fascinating book called No God but One by Nabeel Qureshi. Qureshi was raised Muslim, and in an attempt to prove to his Christian friend that Islam was correct and Christianity was false, he did a great deal of research on the two religions and ended up converting to Christianity. 1,212 more words

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