Sep 30 2014

Mustard Seeds: Jacob’s Story: Broken People Make Great Starts (Sunday’s Sermon Today)

The sun is just starting to come up over the hills in the distance, and he can see the figure of the angel walking away into the mist of the early morning dew. Lying battered and bloody, Jacob lays beside … Continue reading

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Sep 30 2014

John Meunier: When God told the priests to kill

After the Golden Calf episode, Moses received a word from God for the Levites. Then he said to them, “This is what the Lord, the God of Israel, says: ‘Each man strap a sword to his side. Go back and … Continue reading

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Sep 30 2014

Mustard Seeds: Gotham 1.2: What’s A Family? (TV Review)

In the second episode, “Selina Kyle,” we watched the episode’s titular character (Camren Bicondova) end up on a busload of kidnapped street children aimed at a brutal, edible ending. But between our cat burglar’s skills and James Gordon’s (Ben McKenzie) … Continue reading

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Sep 30 2014

Red Chair Music: More action.

This is where our keys sit.

In this gigantic coffee mug my wife picked up a few years ago. I tried to use it – but the coffee would be cold by the time I would get half way through it…

Those words:

Actions. Speak. Louder.

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Sep 30 2014

Jason C. Stanley: Scandal 3.9: YOLO

“I’ve Committed a Sin” This episode was not for the those with a weak stomach. Huck has laid out the tools of his old trade: torture. Huck has Quinn duck taped on the floor, and begins to talk… Read More

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Sep 30 2014

UMR: US Cardinal Raymond Burke mounts defense on Catholic teaching on divorce

Public disagreements over whether the Roman Catholic Church can change its teachings on Communion for remarried Catholics are growing sharper on the eve of a major Vatican summit, with conservatives led by U.S. Cardinal Raymond Burke making another push against loosening the rules.

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