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Speaking to the Soul: Well-meaning Christian

Well-meaning Christianity can provide an opportunity to “Seek the Lord while he may be found” in our actions towards our fellow beings, but having a plan and following through will make that well-meaning Christian impulse that much more effective.

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Speaking to the Soul: Come and See

This is an invitation to Nathanael to leave whatever perspective he has been inhabiting, to come away from it and enter into a place of receptivity. “Come. Put aside your preconceived notions. Make room in your heart. Come away from whatever has limited you and made you impervious. Open up.

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The Son of Man finds a new place to lay his head

“While the church and city leaders have shown their approval of the statue, Mebane said he expects that, once the sculpture takes its place in the park – a peaceful location that also is popular with the homeless of Buffalo – it could stir up some controversy.”

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Random Acts of Pasta

What would you do with your never ending pasta pass from Olive Garden? Matt Tribe of Utah has been getting a lot of attention on

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