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Diversity is NOT the opposite of Unity

Diversity is NOT the opposite of Unity

so in doing this assignment, my mind kept going back to Acts 15 and the Gospel's insistence that in the Kingdom there should be "neither Jew nor Greek" (Gal 3.28). I thought it ironic that at a university in which we are identified as "Christian Social Workers" that identity was being taught around descriptions: "I am first, and THEN I am neither Jew nor Gentile, etc

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5 Ways Drink Coffee Through The Summer

5 Ways Drink Coffee Through The Summer

What Are Some Ways To Drink Coffee When It's Ridiculously, Crazy Hot? If anyone hasn't noticed, it's getting hot outside. At least where we are, it's not just "hot..." It's hot, humid, nasty--that kind of hot where you feel like you're swimming outside and your grass grows two inches a day because it has officially ceased to be grass and has become seaweed. Many of us find ourselves consuming more water (as we should), staying indoors (as we shouldn't); eating a lot of ice cream (which we should); and cutting out hot things like coffee (which we shouldn't).  We thought...

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Let's Talk About those Plastic "Konvenience" Cups and the Earth!

Let's Talk About those Plastic "Konvenience" Cups and the Earth!

Over 13 million people have purchased one of the famous “plastic coffee-pod” machines...and you're paying over $40 a pound! Here's some important information to consider about these cups and why "creation care" people need to really consider their utilization of these machines!

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A Story About King Solomon and Impermanence

A Story About King Solomon and Impermanence

“One day Solomon decided to humble Benaiah Ben Yehoyada, his most trusted minister. He said to him, “Benaiah, there is a certain ring that I want you to bring to me. I wish to wear it for Sukkot which gives you six months to find it.”

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The Brothers Karamazov Story of the Onion

The Brothers Karamazov Story of the Onion

Once upon a time there was a peasant woman and a very wicked woman she was. And she died and did not leave a single good deed behind.

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