Monthly Archives: August 2015

To Mow or Not To Mow

To Mow or Not to Mow My decision to mow is no longer dependent on if the machine will start, or if the blades will avoid each other long enough to do their job, or if the belt will remain … Continue reading

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What Church People Really Need To Know About Once-Churched People

Originally posted on john pavlovitz:
This message is for Church People. It’s for those of you who are part of a faith community every week; a physical place  where you usually find yourself on Sundays. You come there willingly, expectantly, and in…

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Pretty Happy

This was written for the August 12 issue of my hometown paper, The Prospect-News. Pretty Happy All kiddos hear variations of ‘pretty is as pretty does’ growing up. Where did Momma get that idea anyway? Probably from Grandma, who heard … Continue reading

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A Perfectly Peelable Egg

This revision of an earlier blog post appeared in a July issue of my hometown paper – The Prospect-News. A satisfying boiled egg eluded me for a while. I wasn’t boiling eggs in a drastically different way, but the results … Continue reading

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