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What I've Learned About: Advocacy

I never use to be an advocate. I mean, I would stand up for people when I was younger but it was mostly for my younger siblings on the playground. 711 more words


It's a war out there...

“Christianity doesn’t advance through killing, it advances through dying.”

I heard these words in a sermon at my sister’s church several weeks ago (said by their pastor, David King), and they have been mulling around in my head and my heart ever since. 1,171 more words


Developing Listening Skills in Pre School

The person who coined the phrase ‘ A teachers job is never done’ must have definitely been a teacher. Yes, teaching has been the right profession for me, I can simply say that it enhances the creativity and eagerness to keep learning. 487 more words


Psalm 22 & Treading Water

by Joe Greemore

Scripture Reading: Psalm 22:26-27, 30-31 (The Voice)
“Those who are suffering will eat and be nourished; those who seek Him will praise the Eternal. 885 more words

Family Liturgies

The R Train

Lisa Doyle’s intention for this podcast is to get people listening to backgrounds and environmental sounds, rather than just listening to voiceovers in podcasts. Often she find myself drowning out sound, thinking of it as noise; her objective in focusing the listener on how interesting a train brake squeal can be, instead of hating it, is part of this redirect on auditory listening.  131 more words


Do you REALLY listen?

Sit back and reflect on the last conversation you had with someone from a third person perspective. Better still become a camera that just plays the situation without judgements. 352 more words

Personal Development


If you enjoy hearing poetry well read, listen up.

The Archive of Recorded Poetry and Literature at the Library of Congress contains some two thousand items, which are gradually being made available online. 95 more words