Monthly Archives: December 2013

Economic Justice

*Planning how to improve water access in a remote Iraqi village, Diyala Province. Economic justice. A very good, very, very smart friend used that term today and, unknowingly, spurred me to feverish mental activity. Not sure any of it will … Continue reading

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The 1st Amendment makes me Happy, Happy, Happy!

So, Phil Robertson said some things the homosexual community doesn’t like but which accurately, even tenderly and forgivingly, reflect mainstream thought within the Christian community. Is anyone surprised by this? If you are unfamiliar with the controversy, Phil gave an … Continue reading

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Christmas Traditions

I love this whole series, but this episode is particularly fitting right now.

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Quick update

Sorry for so long between posts. Temps here have been in the single digits with highs in the low 20’s for almost 2 weeks. Ive spent the last 3 days planning our spring garden. If you plan to put food … Continue reading

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