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When the Local is Not Global (Day 29 Audioblog)

A reading of Romans 13–15

In a nutshell: Paul closes his letter with an appeal to greater tolerance within the community that has rallied around Jesus as God’s anointed king. 786 more words

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Editing Cutler City

In our two plus weeks at the beach I rode my bike around our neighborhood, Cutler City, several times a day.  Sometimes I had my camera and took pictures of my favorite small cottages, the “old” Cutler City….little  cottages for fishermen built on the sand.  159 more words

Are You Auditioning?

The Passage Players will be holding auditions in June for “A Dicken’s Christmas at Captain Birds” – an original play by our Theatre Troop. 285 more words

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Hospice Care at Elgin Veterinary Hospital

Hospice Care at Elgin Veterinary Hospital
By Emily Hoppmann

Age isn’t a disease, but it is true that seniors are more likely to develop diseases than younger pets. 384 more words

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Improv Classes in the Passage

Have you ever wanted to take an Improv class? You now have the chance to take one in Eastern Passage! 72 more words

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A Little App with a Big Mission

Last Friday, over a few beers, we had an end-of-week meeting to discuss Wriggle’s values. It was amazing to hear just how strongly each and every member of the team felt about encouraging our Wrigglers to spend locally and support independent businesses. 687 more words

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Shift Local Wedding Edition: Dealing with Stress

Wedding planning is a lot of work for obvious reasons.  I normally deal with stress by practicing yoga or going for a run or hike.  Unfortunately, I’ve been dealing with plantar fasciitis over the last year and no longer can go on regular long runs so I looked for alternative ways to work out and also strengthen my calves, ankles and feet. 479 more words

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