When it comes to identifying who we are, what is our initial start? My colleague Wendy Margolese, Committee on Publication for Ontario, Canada is a community blogger and shares some thoughtful ideas on this very topic and discusses our divine birthright. Does our genetic code determine who we are? Studies initially suggested we are our […]
A guest post written by Judy Woodson from Palm Springs, California. A few years ago an acquaintance of mine pointed out to me that if you view a piece of needlework art from the bottom, or from underneath,- all you see is a big mess of threads hanging down. It looks a bit like chaos! But when […]
Have you been to a mountain top lately? My colleague Anna Bowness-Park from Victoria, British Columbia, Canada is a regular contributor to the Vancouver Sun and writes a thoughtful article on the meaning of Jesus’ life’s work.
A guest post written by Diana Usrey from Escondido, California My husband made an interesting observation about Halloween the other day. He said it is a holiday celebrating mortality. Now I love sweet little kids dressing up and bobbing for apples and attending parties, and I like trick-or-treat candy.
A guest post written by Curtis Wahlberg I like the fact that it gets dark every night. That way, I find it easier to settle into bed and get the rest I need. Life is set up remarkably well. But to simply think that we owe the order of our lives to the power of […]