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Today’s Teachers vs The Way It was Back Then

Public education in Mississippi, in the United States, is a dead horse many politicians and a large faction of the public refuse to stop beating.  By underfunding public schools, shifting support to charter and private schools, and openly bashing teachers for everything from poor test scores to the spiritual collapse of the nation, public school haters have effectively beaten public education and its supporters into submission, yet, they refuse to unsaddle the dead horse and move on.  1,373 more words

My Spiritual Roots are in Vineyard: Carol Wimber talks about Vineyard's Roots (8 PODCASTS)

Me in 2016 with my spiritual mentors David Pytches and Barry Kissell

I first encountered Jesus and began my spiritual journey as a believer in 1982 at St Andrew’s Anglican Church in Chorleywood UK. 290 more words

Journeys In Ministry

Roll over Beethoven

We are inseparable. For years my iPad and I have been constant companions. But despite the magical ways in which it gives me access to friends, stores my data, informs me about almost anything, and supports me when I write and publish, there are times when it also drives me mad. 756 more words


UPRR 6900's

These are photographs I made of 6900’s at East Yard in Los Angeles, Ogden and Sacramento many years ago. 33 more words