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Settle Down Now

When Lo had the brilliant idea for us to start co-writing this little blog, I had this pretty epic feeling of settling in my stomach. Not the bad kind of setting, like when you go on a third date with a guy because you know he’s the type of dude your mom would want you to see — even though you can  137 more words


Reflective Dialogue and Performance Evaluation

Socrates believed that learning was enhanced when he and his students engaged in dialogue.  As such, Socrates guided his students toward mastery through question-centered conversation and student reflection.  150 more words


Happy Thanksgiving!

Hello friends of Trinity!

We hope you have a lovely Thanksgiving Day tomorrow.

Just a reminder that we have our Thanksgiving Eve service tonight. There will be a soup supper at 6 pm, with service at 7 pm.  75 more words


Site Update: Guest Authors

There may be some guest authors writing on this blog periodically. Please check the author name of the post you are reading to see who wrote it. 44 more words


Welcome To The Kode.

Welcome to The Kode. Yes, there are blue skies; they always return. No, Eden isn’t just a place of the past.  You can find it: “The Kode” is how.

The Kode

Thanksgiving Day: From My House to Yours

Greetings to you my extended family and friends, tomorrow being Thanksgiving Day there is allot that I can talk about as well as you can. Many of us will be sharing about what we are thankful for, and we all have a lot to be thankful for. 226 more words


"Welcome the Stranger"

Preached at St. Luke’s United Church of Christ on November 22, 2015 — Christ the King Sunday.  The Narrative Lectionary reading for the day was Isaiah 5:1-7; 11:1-5. 2,307 more words