Sorrow and Loss

“Melancholy” The artist’s name is Albert Gyorgy. He is Romanian, lives in Switzerland and is semi-reclusive, or at least, it is very difficult to get much information on him. For me, his sculptures from his 2013-14 period are some of the most emotionally evocative experiences I have ever had with a work of art. Two … More Sorrow and Loss

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Curated for Thought

Curated Content to Encourage Thinking Back by popular demand. I am going to start curating content and supplying links from my reading again after a three year hiatus. Many have asked me to continue but it was Mark Smith that was the “last straw” tipping the scales.  These weekend links, books and blog reviews do … More Curated for Thought

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“The Lord is My Shepherd” : More than a Psalm

Sunday Afternoon Musings (finished on monday) Ezekiel is one of the those books of the Bible that doesn’t get read very often and certainly not enough. Some of its images are so bizzare and its history so obscure, and its narrative so difficult to follow that most casual Bible readers are scared off by the … More “The Lord is My Shepherd” : More than a Psalm

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What is Faith?

Another short article from the online Kairos Journal. A picture of truth lived out in the crucible of life, this story from missionary Hudson Taylor’s life is encouraging both for its simplicity and its practicality.  “Now faith is the assurance of things hoped for, the conviction of things not seen.” Hebrews 11:1 Firm Faith—Hudson Taylor … More What is Faith?

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National Orphan Sunday

Today in Ameirca, over 435,000 children are in foster care. Of those, over 110,000 are awaiting, hoping, and praying for a family to adopt them. And each year more than 20,000 kids age out of the system, depending on what state they are in, at the age of 18 or 21. Have Children, Love Children, … More National Orphan Sunday

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