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Attempts at Honesty Christian Blog - Reflections on the interplay of the Bible and CultureHurricane Sandy made herself known in a big way in my area. In all the years that I lived in Southeastern Pennsylvania, I never experienced winds like we had earlier this week. My family and I were blessed in that there was no damage to our home. Other than the minor inconvenience of being without electricity for a little over 24 hours, we came through the e»
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Meet 4word woman Marcia Larson, who works as an HR Project Manager (aka Bossypants) at Dow Jones/The Wall Street Journal. Marcia is also a national board member of The Salvation Army, and (self-confessed!) is in love with Tony Blair. She blogged last week about the lessons she’s been learning in the wake of Hurricane Sandy. Marcia took some time to tell us more for today’s blog. ——————– 4word: Is Hurricane Sandy the first natura»
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Another Friday means another roundup of our favorite news, blogs, videos, and pins. Enjoy! Take Notice FRIEND: 47% of Facebook users have unfriended someone on Facebook because of the election. Now that the election is over Chris Taylor says it’s Time to Heal Your Facebook Divide (via Mashable.) WATCH: Bonnie Wurzbacher spoke at the “Work As Worship” Conference in Dallas yesterday about how we “don’t get meaning FROM our work, but we br»
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Team World Vision Runners Build Kits for Sandy | World Vision
In light of the NYC Marathon being cance»
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We all like to think of Google as one of the corporate giants of technology, however, not even Google is immune from the forces of nature.  Google announced earlier today that it would postpone their Android event which was scheduled for Monday October 29th in New York City. The event that was to be full of Android goodness has been cancelled due to Hurricane Sandy’s impending arrival.  The Google announcement was rumored to contain informati»
Blog Entry | Women >
  I don’t know about you, but rest does not come easy to me. I’m a natural born do-er. So years ago when we decided to actually take a Sabbath day of rest (we chose Sundays), it felt well, unnatural. I won’t lie, it still sometimes feels unnatural which is why the above Lysa TerKeurst's quote resonates with me. Every Sunday, we take turns selecting a family lunch and activity.  This week was my turn and I picked Atlanta Bread Company (HO»
Article | Politics >
 
For weeks our nation has been fixated on the presidential election as we decide what direction we want our country to take.
Blog Entry | Evangelism >
Have you ever been on the ocean during a storm? My husband and I spent our honeymoon at sea, which happened to coincide with hurricane Sandy. Standing on the deck of our cruise ship, watching the waves gain force, I was able to relate to how the disciples probably felt during the storm on the Sea of Galilee. The once tranquil sea had transformed into angry white waves that lunged violently, striking our vessel. In fact, some of those waves were s»
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11 Have you ever been on the ocean during a storm? My husband and I spent our honeymoon at sea, which happened to coincide with hurricane Sandy. Standing on the deck of our cruise ship, watching the waves gain force, I was able to relate to how the disciples probably felt during the storm on the Sea of Galilee. The once tranquil sea had transformed into angry white waves that lunged violently, striking our vessel. In fact, some of those waves we»
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Remember Marcia Larson, who we interviewed a few months back about her experience in Hurricane Sandy? This week, we spoke with her mother, Margaret, about their family’s history of taking overseas mission trips together. Margaret, Esther, Wally Jr. and Marcia Larson on one of their family mission trips to Tanzania. —————— 4word: First, can you tell us a bit about yourselves and your family? Margaret: There are eight of us in the La»