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Are Our Dogs Related?

While I find the question “Are your dogs related?” to be perplexing. I am always perfectly happy to be asked “Are our dogs related?”

Why, you might ask, is this the case? 683 more words

Dogs

We are not interested in the production of “cookie-cutter” Christians

“We ought to be fully aware that in the body of Christ we are not interested in the production of “cookie-cutter” Christians. This is a word of caution in the matter of Christian experience-there is no pattern or formula for identical Christian experiences. 129 more words

A. W. Tozer

A Book for all Seasons: Comfort, Balance and Perspective

E.M. Forster famously said, “How do I know what I think until I see what I say.” Writers love this line because it gives weight to the effort of writing. 545 more words

Critical Thinking

Wisconsin Sheep & Wool Festival -- An Excuse for Sheep Photos

As I mentioned in yesterday’s post about the sheepdog trials, the Wisconsin Sheep and Wool Festival was held this last weekend in Jefferson, Wisconsin. I’ll give an audio tour of this festival in an upcoming podcast (October 6th), but today I wanted to provide the visuals. 526 more words

Subsistence

Apologetics is Never, Ever, Defending the Faith!

Devotional Thought for our Days:

18 All this is from God. Through Christ, God made peace between us and himself, and God gave us the work of telling everyone about the peace we can have with him. 724 more words

Wisconsin Sheep & Wool Festival -- Sheepdog Trials

The Wisconsin Sheep and Wool Festival was held this last weekend in Jefferson, Wisconsin. The crowd could be divided into three groups: yarn and fiber enthusiasts, sheepdog people, and sheep farmers (I hesitate to call them shepherds, as that conjures up an image of a lone boy driving a flock onto a high pasture instead of the more industrial-pastoral way of life of modern sheep husbandry). 577 more words

Subsistence