8th mo. 2010 Blog Posts (67)

Wess reflects on Gathering in Light after his 1,000th blog post

Wess reflects on Gathering in Light after his 1,000th blog post. I hope this site has represented, even if simulacra, of my real self, my real journey and my conversion(s) in the process of being made into a follower of Jesus. Posted by LizOpp



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Mark Wutka : time and service at North Carolina Conservative

Mark Wutka : time and service at North Carolina Conservative. When the registrar announced the numbers during the last business session, we learned that visitors accounted for a little more than 20% of those in attendance. On one hand, this says that a lot of people are hungry for what NCYM-C has to offer, but on the other hand it suggests that many within the yearly meeting don't realize what a… Continue

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Martin's newest video explains about Quaker Ads

Martin's newest video explains about Quaker Ads. Martin returns with his vlog series, talking about the recently-launched Quaker Ad Network and how it differs from other online networks, such as Google Ads. Posted by LizOpp.



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Peggy Parsons in Burundi: motorcycle miracles

Peggy Parsons in Burundi: motorcycle miracles. That evening I sat on the terrance watching the nightly Kibenga Sunset, made all the more spectacular by the terrible summer air pollution. And I had a little chat with Jesus about motorcycles. The conversation ended with me telling him that if He did not want me on a bike in Buja, that I would submit to that, but that I was going to make a few inquiries and see… Continue

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Stumbling Toward Jesus Again

I've naturally been through a multitude of Historical Jesus books. (That's the kind of Jesus we've been given, after all: a man half-concealed by the gospels that claim to reveal him, and otherwise rather disdainfully undocumented.) Many of these books have been wonderful, deeply illuminating... and yet they, like the gospels themselves, have no satisfactory answer to that basic question: "What on Earth was he doing here?!"



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Added by Forrest Curo on 8th mo. 2, 2010 at 10:50am — 4 Comments

Kevin Camp Gleaning: Bringing in the Sheaves





With so many people still out of work and depending upon unemployment benefits, I thought I might briefly explore one particularly ancient safety net program. Republicans believe that welfare in any form swells the deficit and creates a system of entitlement, but I disagree. Pointing back to the Bible, as I so often do, I'd like to discuss the particulars and modern day application of a very ancient custom. Those who are up in arms about… Continue

Added by Kevin Camp on 8th mo. 2, 2010 at 9:39am — No Comments

Gleaning the Crap

Boxes of paper that I haven't looked at in years are designated to be shredded or burned. I need a soap recipe with lye made from ashes...or is that too old.

Added by Javaughn Fernanders on 8th mo. 1, 2010 at 10:47pm — 4 Comments

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