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Thanksgiving for the Future

It always amazes me how many people don’t know that Italy doesn’t celebrate Thanksgiving. “Oh, you don’t celebrate Thanksgiving in Italy?” they ask. Leaving me to stare wide-eyed like these squashes. 557 more words


Gratitude Flourishes Amid Grace

In the United States, Thanksgiving is a secular holiday. The government gives us a day off. For many Americans, it is simply a day of watching football and overeating. 425 more words

Christianity Was Never Meant to Be Provable

Christians often fight an uphill battle in defending their faith for the simple reason that it’s faith that we’re defending. 1,022 more words


The Mayhem You Do Not Hear About

Immigration is more than just moving people. It’s also about moving from culture to culture. We often assume that people in other cultures have the same values we do, but that’s often not true. 32 more words


The Frost of Heaven

From whose womb has come the ice?
And the frost of heaven, who has given it birth?
(Job 38:29 NASB)

We got snowed in on last weekend’s camping trip! 1,231 more words


Marvels of God's Design

I remember standing there with giant dinosaur robots hovering over me as if I was an ant. Being there on the set of the first Jurassic Park film was an amazing moment for me as a child and to this day I can remember, in great detail, the ancient animals which were so wonderfully portrayed on movie screens across the world. 879 more words

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