Monthly Archives: November 2016

Dance in Worship II

I blogged a while ago about dance in worship, and got a surprising amount of positive feedback. Given the show of interest I wanted to say some more about it. Someone asked me if I meant to imply that only … Continue reading

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Summers at the Beach

This October was the end of an era. My grandmother passed away and now our family ties to Falmouth, Cape Cod is coming to an end. It was really hard—saying goodbye to Grandma, saying goodbye to the beach, saying goodbye … Continue reading

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Reap What You Sow

Today I was afraid to let my accent be heard in London. Anti-American messages were in front and on either side of me on people’s mobile phones and newspapers as I journeyed on the trains. I didn’t stop to order … Continue reading

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Why I, A Pro-Lifer, Am Voting Third Party

“How can you vote third party? You’re just throwing your vote away!!!” “If you don’t vote for [my candidate], then you’re basically casting a vote for [the other candidate]!!!” Not true. And… Not true. Both of these arguments spring from … Continue reading

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