Greater Love

21 May 19
Marley Mei Studio

I’m a huge advocate of playing with my food. It’s a wonder medium for creating something both artistic and tasty. The child of two chefs, and step child of an mazing cook, I have always been fond of cooking. I grew up in a restaurant surrounded by food, busy chefs and waiting staff. Cooking has […]

21 May 19
Focus Up Philosophers

Eastern Philosophy The eastern philosophies seem to be the new go to for spiritual inspiration for many people. Whether it is currently the Dalai Lama, Tenzin Gyatso; Parmahansa Yogananda and Self Realization Fellowship;  Mohandes Gandhi, the Mahatma; Maharishi Mahesh Yogi and Transcendental Meditation; Gautama Buddha and Buddhism or other people whose good and true philosophies […]

21 May 19

Words by Emily Fuller I am sure most of you know why I am sitting here, with the backlight of a blank screen not at all assisting me in articulating the language I need in response to the of livelihood of those requiring the access to abortion after last week. I feel desperate and devastated […]

21 May 19
Desni linkovi

(source) The world is talking about homosexuality. The conversation is impossible to ignore if you are paying any attention to cultural currents. News outlets, Twitter, blogs, television shows and even federal courts are conversing. What they are saying is fascinating. It is also frustrating. Perhaps what is most frustrating is the facade of factuality that […]

21 May 19
Lametna Aw

By W. Milton Adams | 15 May 2019 | Urban cultures are influenced by a developing global, web-based culture which rejects traditional institutions and demands decentralization of authority. Individuals are inclined to find a direct path to what they want and traditional structures are often perceived as obstacles. Therefore, the church, as a result of […]

21 May 19
Pastor Simpe Bediako

Even though many rich people will make heaven, many who have a quest to be rich will miss heavenOriginally published at highcity.org

21 May 19
The Catholic Cat

Link to today’s readings: http://usccb.org/bible/readings/052119.cfm Jesus said to his disciples: “Peace I leave with you; my peace I give to you. Not as the world gives do I give it to you. Do not let your hearts be troubled or afraid. You heard me tell you, ‘I am going away and I will come back […]

21 May 19
Christian Blog

Written by, Robert Johnson The word of God when read through the eyes of faith only needs action. I love how Paul warned Timothy what not to be like, than he encouraged him, letting him know what you have in you is enough. At times many think it is those physical things that enhances the […]

21 May 19
The Blog of Pastor Dean Herring

I was sitting in the house this afternoon when I heard the door open and an army of little feet clomping across our wood floors. The rhythmic thumping of those little feet is the happiest sound on earth to me. It signals that the little people have arrived, and with them comes all of the […]

21 May 19
God Reflection

GodReflection: God The Nurturer You know him for he lives with you and will be in you (John 14:17). The foundational presumption in this series of posts is that Holy God who created me provides my sustenance. My nutrition comes directly from Creator God. Therefore, I want to better understand the process of intake from […]

21 May 19
The Overspill: when there's more that I want to say

Teslas are quite rare, but they might get rarer if the company runs out of money. CC-licensed photo by sasa.mutic on Flickr. You can sign up to receive each day’s Start Up post by email. You’ll need to click a confirmation link, so no spam. A selection of 10 links for you. What Iron Throne? […]

21 May 19
Theresa Cifali

Do you feel like you work 24/7 but never really get ahead? Or like you’re constantly dodging distractions, and not really gaining momentum in your business? You’re not alone! Most small business owners desperately wish for more hours in the day. But since this obviously isn’t possible, there’s really only one realistic solution: to work […]

21 May 19
Project Marathon Girl

‘How hard can 1 mile be?’ The answer…. VERY BLOODY HARD! As you all know, road marathons are my thing. So a 1 mile race (on sand!) is approximately 25.2 miles outside of my comfort zone. But, I love a challenge and after the London Marathon my main priority was to just have some fun […]

21 May 19
One World One Lifetime

Have you ever thought of visiting or heard of Kosovo before? Don’t worry, many haven’t or remember it being in the news in the 90’s and still (unfairly) believe it is a war zone. Kosovo is the self-proclaimed independent break away nation in the Balkans that broke off from Serbia in the 90’s. Around 109 […]