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Friday roundup: Five things worth paying attention to this week

2.21. 2020 Posted By: David and Leann Augsburger 106 Times read

So much to talk about after attending a creation care conference led by Doug Kaufman, Mark McReynolds and colleagues in downtown Los Angeles on the shores of the tiny lake in Echo Park (next door to Aimee Semple McPherson’s Temple.) And, perhaps unsurprisingly, there’s so much to process this week from the chaotic state of […]

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February recipe: Skillet mac & cheese with rye bread crumbs

2.20. 2020 Posted By: The Hungry Hounds 35 Times read

We’ve made somewhat of an art form of converting leftover ingredients into individual lunches and sometimes even spunky new dishes, like this comfort classic: skillet nac & cheese with rye bread crumbs. This rye crusted dish is a savory answer to what to do with two-day-old homemade bread: pulse it up, mix in butter, salt […]

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Friday roundup: Five things worth paying attention to this week

2.14. 2020 Posted By: Joanne Gallardo 175 Times read

Here are five things worth paying attention to this week. These are designed to expose you to a perspective you may not normally come across in your daily lives. 1. Kobe Bryant Many sports fans (even those not very into sports) were deeply affected by the sudden death of Kobe Bryant late last month. Like […]

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Friday roundup: Five things worth paying attention to this week

2.7. 2020 Posted By: Jennie Wintermote 143 Times read

I’ve been thinking a lot about prayer lately. My family prays together at mealtimes, we pray with our daughter before bed, and we pray on Sunday morning as a congregation—yet sometimes prayer is just hard. When life spins out of control, when chaos reigns and illnesses ravage bodies and minds, it can be hard to […]

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Friday roundup: Five things worth paying attention to this week

1.31. 2020 Posted By: Gordon Houser 118 Times read

Here are five things worth paying attention to this week. These are designed to expose you to a perspective you may not normally come across in your daily lives. 1. The Absent Christ: An Anabaptist Theology of the Empty Tomb by Justin Heinzekehr. This challenging book explores the implications of Christ’s absence and applies this […]

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¡Bienvenido y bienvenida a Meno Acontecer de enero, 2020!

1.28. 2020 Posted By: The Mennonite 91 Times read

uscríbase gratis en: menoacontecer@themennonite.org Para leer más historias de Meno Acontecer, visite https://themennonite.org/the-latest/spanishes/ Esperanza Para el Futuro. Líderes representando muchas de las razas y nacionalidades que componen la Iglesia Menonita EU y CCM (Comité Central Menonita), nos reunimos en el evento anual llamado Esperanza Para el Futuro (Hope for the Future).  Este espacio solamente incluye las etnias […]

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April 2020 Call for Submissions: Resilient hope

1.27. 2020 Posted By: The Mennonite 185 Times read

The Mennonite, Inc., invites your original submissions for our April 2020 print magazine issue and corresponding online content focusing on Resilient hope. Description of the theme: For various reasons, hope is hard to come by for many people, including people of faith. We can be tempted to resign ourselves and others to what is rather […]

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