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On Missing the Obvious

By Israel Galindo, Associate Dean for Lifelong Learning

Some things should be obvious, but often we require someone to point out the obvious to us. 563 more words

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Lack of Curiosity Might Be a Sin

By Jan Edmiston, DMin ‘01

I can’t think of examples of Jesus being curious (because he already knew what was going on cosmically or in other people’s minds? 547 more words

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sugar magnolia 

They walked along

the riverside,

paying homage to

a past

that had long since

passed.

One life was laid

to rest here,

to help another rise… 38 more words

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Journey from Isolation to Community

By Dr. Evelyn Worth McMullen, Director of Bright Threads Ministries

Over the past few months I’ve had the privilege of hearing the stories of a number of parents whose children have special needs. 681 more words

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Magic 

Life doesn’t owe You,

it never has.

You don’t owe Life,

you never have.

And when you figure that out

and meet each other

in the space between, 14 more words

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Children Lie. Get Over It.

By Israel Galindo, Associate Dean for Lifelong Learning

One of the most chilling areas of psychology, for me is clinical child psychology. I’m not sure why, exactly. 715 more words

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