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FOREWORD: We thank God for bringing us to the last day of the month of April and also the last post for the month. I just want to announce the upcoming series that would start next month, it’s titled ‘Leave To Cleave’ it promises to be a great and exciting ride. 369 more words


=524= Words of Melancholy: Restricted 

Sometimes, just sometimes, I feel so useless in the band.

Sometimes I feel, are drums really that important?

When I saw N struggling with the keys just now, I just cannot help it but feel so useless. 397 more words


Cancer, Evolution, and a Creation Stumbling Forward

I have been taking a particularly fascinating (and challenging!) course this semester called “The Epic of Creation: Scientific, Biblical, and Theological Perspectives on Our Origins.”  While many of our class sessions have been (to my mind) thickly scientific and technical and rather over my head, last Monday, we had a deeply engaging conversation about theological and pastoral perspectives on cancer as an evolutionary phenomenon.   985 more words


Final Reflection Post

Digital Literacy

In her article, “At Last: Youth Culture and Digital Media: New Literacies for New Times,” Glynda Hull, Professor of Language and Literacy, Society and Culture, calls for… 1,005 more words


passing through time

the change is noticeable

your lushness is fading
as the days get longer
the sun shifts north
and the rains disappear

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The Journey

Silence, Hearing, Observing, and Remembering: Reflections on Yom HaShoah

By: Julia Kaback

One of my favorite musicals, Into the Woods with music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim has a classic lyric:

Careful the things you say… 338 more words

Joel Aldridge Cycle 2 Reflection

This cycle gave me much more to reflect on that the previous game.

Professional development:

I feel for this game my professional development has slowed since the last project. 535 more words