Dipping into the Community Pool: March 19

Marriage, gentleness, hospitality, controversy, discouragement—lots of practical reading from a biblical perspective along with a new podcast that looks promising.  Enjoy!   Announcing the Open Book Podcast: Season One Featuring R.C. Sproul Book are powerful and they can shape our lives. A new podcast, Open Book, begins its first season with some recorded moments in the […]

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Sweet: Denoting a Pleasant Taste Like that of Sugar

Today’s photo challenge is sweet!  How fitting for Valentine’s Day.  As I looked through my photos, I realized I had more vege pics than confections.  I’m sure that means something, but I’m not sure what.                               Posted in response to Daily […]

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Tour Guide: See it Like a Native

Today’s photo challenge takes us right into the center of our town.  Hope you enjoy the tour guide of our fair little city.   Large old trees scattered throughout the landscape     Seasonal color right down to the roots     The town clock which alerts us to the hour day and night   […]

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Dipping into the Community Pool: January 20

We’re very happy today to share some great articles with you.  Every one of them is rich in wisdom.  If you have children, don’t miss the last entry regarding David Murray’s new book to assist children in their reading of the Bible.  He has put his heart into this and is following it up with […]

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Dipping into the Community Pool: January 6

Hope your new year is going well and your home is staying warm.  Below you will find a nice mix of articles from around the web to peruse this weekend.   I Could’t Call God Father An Iranian woman’s journey of faith. “I used to hate the word “Father,” but today I worship God the […]

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Growth: Develop, Mature, Germinate, Increase

The photo challenge has returned and today’s subject is “growth.”  With so much snow and ice this January, it’s a wonderful time to dream of spring and put some perky little flowers on display.  Enjoy!   Echinacea is one of my favorite flowers.     I love photographing fern tips.     Rhododendrons are stunning […]

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