Aug 21 2014

The GeekPreacher: GenCon 2014 & Dark Dungeons (Part Two)

In the last installment about Dark Dungeons, you may have found I went into a great deal of my personal story. A few friends were shocked to find out that I burnt my D&D books even though it seems I … Continue reading

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Aug 21 2014

Crossfusion: Youth Questions: What is Confirmation?

Original post at http://pastorjohnpartridge.blogspot.com/2014/08/youth-questions-what-is-confirmation.html Note: I asked our youth to write down any questions that they had about faith, the church, or life in general.  This is a part of that series.Question:  When would you talk about confirmation?    To make sure that we get started on the same page, let’s begin by talking about what …

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Aug 21 2014

Bob Kaylor: “Now, Shall We Begin?” Sending Your Kid to College

This weekend marks a significant watershed moment in the life of the Kaylor family. Our daughter Hannah will be leaving with her mom on Sunday to fly from Denver to Grand Rapids, Michigan, where she will begin her freshman year as a Film Production major at Calvin College. The bags are getting packed, the first […]

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Aug 21 2014

Allan R. Bevere: Resentment, Justice, and God’s Final Reconciliation

from Miroslav Volf:___For herein lies the essence of Christian forgiveness: On account of his divinity, Christ could and did shoulder the consequences of human sin; so the penalty for wrongdoing can be detached from wrongdoers. And since on account of …

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Aug 21 2014

John Meunier: Out of the isolation room

This summer working at the hospital, I’ve had several visits with people in isolation rooms. To go visit them, I have to put on a gown and rubber gloves and sometimes a mask. When I leave the room, I throw … Continue reading

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Aug 21 2014

A Potter's View: “Ice Bucket Challenge and Charitable Giving”

The “ALS Ice Bucket Challenge” combatting Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis has been the craze on social media the past few days with people being doused all over the country. I have done my part and made a donation and so have many of you. The Challenge has worked so well that ALS research has received over […]

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