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In my early twenties I experienced a relational separation akin to a divorce, child emancipation, and death of a friend all rolled into one. I’d been part of a small, incredibly close spiritual community for five years. 925 more words


Says Who?

After 30 years, now it’s safe to eat eggs.  The experts were wrong. Of course, the experts used to think tomatoes were poisonous, too.  Nope, it’s… 238 more words


Monday Music: Psalm 118

For centuries the church has used the Psalms as their “textbook” for prayer and worship. Some traditions, with good reason, limit the songs they sing to Scripture’s hymnal (the Psalms). 481 more words


It's a wrap: Life at the Curb (Sunday, April 26, 2015)

If you’ve ever gotten in trouble for doing something nice for someone, you know how Peter and John felt in Acts 4:1-12. But it wasn’t all their fault. 91 more words

Sunday Wrap Up


Sunday 26th April – 4th Sunday of Easter

Reflection: Acts 4:8-12


During the teenage age, a typical young person would feel very embarrassed when he is referred to as a child by the parents or any other adult. 300 more words

Daily Reflections

On the Corner

Yesterday, I learned that there is a rooftop patio at the Stag’s Head. This fact isn’t surprising in itself, but this was on what was probably my 45th trip to that bar since the beginning of the year. 634 more words

New York City

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Hello and welcome to our blog! We’re glad you stopped by to visit our page. Just Inkin’ Around was created for two purposes, to explain and entertain. 175 more words