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How warm is our house?

Last week was my birthday, a day that has been interesting for me throughout the years.

Some birthdays have been ornate affairs, with Dear Hubby organising dinner out. 439 more words

This Is The Way It Is

What's Happening At The Heart Of Your Community?

What’s Happening at the Heart of Your Community?

What’s Happening at the Heart of Your Community? Whether searching as a first-time home buyer, or as a real estate investor, or anywhere in-between, metropolitan Atlanta has consistently been recognized as a prime location for real estate endeavors. 263 more words

Atlanta

Homemade Crepes

Who doesn’t love crepes!? & with fresh strawberries and homemade whipped cream…….. it’s just heaven.

As a bonus… they are ridiculously easy to make!

You’ll need: 227 more words

Homemade

Thoughts on the "travelbug" and reality

Why do we travel? How do you explain the lust of exploring new countries, cities and places?

I just discovered a post I had written a couple of months ago while I was still living in Singapore during my exchange semester. 979 more words

Travel

Behind Every Good Missionary there's a Mother: In Praise of Mums (especially mine)

People sometimes tell me they’re proud of me moving to Japan. Or that they’re encouraged and inspired by me following God’s calling out here. I really appreciate those thoughts and I don’t want to dismiss them, but I do want to deflect at least some of the praise. 566 more words

Where are you from?

Jesus’ contention with the leadership in Jerusalem is that they would not know the Messiah if they met Him (John 8:21-30). He was right of course because they met Him and did not know Him. 430 more words

From The Pastor

Traveling is where my Heart is, but MN is where it was raised...

Sorry I haven’t posted in months!! To be honest, and it sounds like a dumb excuse when you think about it, I’ve been out of the country for quite sometime and though I had access to internet it was real crappy and not worth sitting there for hours in the hopes that it would work. 444 more words