Monthly Archives: June 2009

Wipe Away Every Craziness

In Christianity we have a hope – a vision for the future, where God “will wipe every tear from their eyes. There will be no more death or mourning or crying or pain, for the old order of things has … Continue reading

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Bread for Sore Backs

Scott, who is in hospital with a back injury says this bread will be a key to his recovery once he comes home (tomorrow or tonight): 5 minute artisan bread with Zoe and Jeff:

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Mushroom & Thyme Pasta

A favorite summertime dinner around here is this dish which was introduced to me by my brother, who got it from the America’s Test Kitchen program aka Cook’s Illustrated.  Here is a blogger who reproduced the recipe: http://redmeatandgin.wordpress.com/2008/02/22/pasta-with-sauteed-mushrooms-and-thyme/ I grow … Continue reading

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Sacred Space

It’s true that church, in its root meaning, is the assembly of  believers, it’s the people.  Church didn’t originally connote a building.  But get enough people assembling together and you might want a building. A building, then.  In some parts … Continue reading

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Beautiful day outside, with children

Gosh, it was a gorgeous day today.  I spent it mostly outdoors, thanks to the companionship of two friends and their children.  Young children are great for getting one outside! In the morning Wild Cow and I went to the … Continue reading

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Molly’s Blogging Again!

Adventures in Mercy is back!  Alaskan Molly is back with her sparkling, transparent and insightful “chronicle of a woman taking her first fumbling steps out of fundamentalism.”

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