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A Travler's Guide to Laundry

Laundry.

A necessary evil in my opinion.  It always seems like you just finished it yesterday and then it’s back dirty as ever needing to be clean. 270 more words

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Loving What God Loves: A Sermon for the Festival of Pentecost on Acts 2:1–11

Today is the festival of Pentecost and once again we’ve heard the old familiar story. Rushing wind, tongues of fire, and people speaking in languages they don’t even know. 1,389 more words

Sermons

Day 515 Luke 17:11-19

Thanksgivings: I Thank the Lord for New Beginnings, For He has given us today filled with Grace! I Thank the Lord for Faithfulness, though the World around us is Filled with Darkness, we shall prevail! 189 more words

Repentance

As a convert to Orthodox Christianity, it is common to question many of the Church’s practices in order to have a better understanding of why we do the things we do. 1,908 more words

Antiochian

Communion, Baptism and Headcovering

When he had given thanks, he broke it, and said, Take, eat. This is my body, which is broken for you. Do this in memory of me. 293 more words

Catching Up

You might have noticed my blog posts’ dates — my last two entries were one year apart!  Here are some of the milestones that have happened: 231 more words

Celebrations

Traditions in Judaism: the Mikveh

As a person who was brought up in the Christian tradition since birth, most of my knowledge of Christianity is rather insular and sourced from the small community I had grown up in. 342 more words

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