Category Archives: Politics

Wind in the Wilderness

“When we hear people referred to as animals or aliens… ‘disgusting,’ ‘ingrates,’ ‘pigs,’ ‘retard,’ ‘fag,’ ‘bitch,’ or other labels… we should immediately wonder, ‘is this an attempt to reduce someone’s humanity so we can get away with hurting them or … Continue reading

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A Start

Jon and I spent last night searching our hearts together. We spoke of the results of this year’s election, and what it might mean to those around us. Jon shared a story about a friend at work who’d made a … Continue reading

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Election, 2016: Let love win

Let me start by saying that I didn’t vote for Donald Trump and yesterday was as shocking to me as it was to most of us (I’d also like it noted that I didn’t vote for Hillary Clinton, either.)  I … Continue reading

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Little feet and carbon footprints

I watched a video a few years ago about high density livestock grazing and its healing effects on the land.  Sounds counter intuitive, right?  How could high density grazing (packing large numbers of animals on small amounts of land) possibly … Continue reading

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“They”

Today I went to our local refugee center to find out how I can help.  There is no way I can describe the gratitude written all over the directors face.  I get the impression that they don’t have many people … Continue reading

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The part that loves Him well

It’s been an emotional week around here.  I want to share what has been going on, I want to invite you into my mind and my heart and my home and describe what has been happening, but I can’t find … Continue reading

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Holocaust, 2015

(CLICK FOR VIDEO) *Western Kentucky Refugee Assistance in Bowling Green, KY: 270-781-8336.* I’ve often wondered what I would have done, had the holocaust happened in my own country, in my own lifetime.  Would I have been one of the people … Continue reading

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