Meaningful Beauty

19 Jun 19
designed for discipleship

Yesterday was the memorial service for David Powlison, a professor, speaker, and author whose teaching has influenced me greatly. I am so grateful that the Powlison family allowed such a personal event to be livestreamed, so that people like myself could take part in celebrating God’s goodness in the life of such a man. The […]

19 Jun 19
Keen to Cross the Pond

I recently had a friend tell me about her newest obsession: Caroline Calloway. She said that she started legitimately following her about a month ago after another (now ex) friend “hate followed” her and spent six months gossiping about her. All of that (ex) friend’s venom actually only made my friend intrigued enough to research […]

19 Jun 19
RhetoricAndHomiletics

What Has Been Lost Along With The Hymnal? Today’s post has nothing to do with “RhetoricandHomiletics.org” — see the disclaimer below. Instead, it is about an article which caught my interest yesterday evening. The article caught my attention because the article was unexpected. I was not anticipating coming across an article on this subject from […]

19 Jun 19
Creativity Within

Vulnerability. What is it? What does it mean? Vulnerability is what I believe to be a state of pure transparency. You are left completely opened. Your fears, your emotions, and your heart and head are completely exposed to another individual. Becoming vulnerable with someone is scary because the second you expose yourself, you can never […]

19 Jun 19
kabijournal

Example Provides great progress over Percept Whether it is a good lesson in class or existence, you always be able to understand the idea better with examples. Specifically for children, only moralizing is absolutely not enough. The very supreme method to spread fine values through setting private examples for youngsters from childhood. Little little ones, […]

19 Jun 19
thesecretblind

June 21st is a day that never goes ignored in my life. Celebrating the Summer Solstice means even more this year as that is the time that my book is going to print so there will be a double celebration going on in the Munch household. It is even more symbolic as it is a […]

19 Jun 19
Sweet Ruby Bluez

I am a firm believer that to some degree we can manifest our destiny. Some will say that this idea is absolutely ridiculous and of course on some level it is because if we could all will ourselves to be successful, famous, billionares we would be. What I am talking about is that peaceful feeling […]

19 Jun 19
Seeking and Serving

This past Sunday we celebrated an “Instructed Eucharist,” a worship service in the Episcopal Church narrated to explain how and why we do the things we do in Church.  Though Instructed Eucharists are pretty common in the Episcopal Church, I had never led one myself, and I found I was pretty nervous about how it […]

19 Jun 19
Vision In Progress

PDP GOVERNORS FORUM AND ITS EMERGING TURNING POINT By Patrick PA Okon The ultimate measure of true success is first, the ability to reinvent. When the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, suffered a setback in the 2015 General Elections, pessimists gave the party slim chances of a quick recovery. For the PDP Governors Forum (PDPGF), a […]

19 Jun 19
Great Smoky Vacations

When it comes to travel, almost everyone likes the idea of stepping out of their comfort zones. The mere act of leaving our normal routines, friends, homes and entering new environments has a beautiful way of shaking up our perspectives on ourselves, our lives, and the world. Many of the best, most transformative travel experiences […]

19 Jun 19
Amy Boyle Photography - Blog

Meet Kishori: In her own words… “Inspiration: Be kind, be patient, and always have a sense of humor” – Pema Chodron “We are women who have struggled, who have tried to fit into the mold that society dictates is “the way” a woman “should” be, as if there is only one way for all of us to […]

19 Jun 19
Save Time Make Time

When I turned eight I was given the best gift any creative child could have ever received. This gift became a creative and emotional outlet, a mental playground, and like a best friend. What was this gift? A journal. If you have a creative child, have you ever considered giving them a journal? Here is […]

19 Jun 19
oh time thy pyramids

Nobody’s angry at me and I’m bored. So here’s a controversial opinion: atheism is a religion. I’ve been wanting to make this post for a long time. I hear almost daily all about how atheism is not a religion–it’s special, and unique, and boldly escapes categorization as an intellectual school. An atheist will tell you […]

19 Jun 19
Crystal Taur

Hanoi Pet Adoption (Fanpage: Nhận nuôi thú cưng – Hanoi Pet Adoption) is a small nonprofitable organisation whose aim is to help rescue and take care of cats and dogs around Hanoi and nearby areas. I’ve got to know them when I attended an English class and have followed their fanpage since then. I have […]