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Let It Be Silent

// Let the peace of Christ rule in your hearts, since as members of one body you were called to peace. And be thankful. Let the message of Christ dwell among you richly as you teach and admonish one another with all wisdom through psalms, hymns, and songs from the Spirit, singing to God with…

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Word Up (or down, as the case may be…)

Google Labs has a new Ngram tool where you can compare results for specified words from within Google’s collection of scanned books. Simply input whatever words you wish, and nearly instantly you can track its usage over the specified time range. (Granted, for some words you probably need to already have some familiarity of when…

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Of Gods and Elephant Tusks

{Photo by twospoonfuls} But though I see his point I disagree; For man, to me, is fabric of the gods, One stuff with them, potentially themselves; Less in degree, less purified, less free, But of their being, one at heart with them; Descended from them, seeking them up again To shed this close-constricting shell, and…

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Kindle

Over the weekend I got the Kindle. Being someone who likes to read a lot, I have been watching the Kindle go through its various iterations, wondering if I should get one. Up until the Kindle 3 I have been rather hesitant because of some lacking features, but the newest version finally addressed them.

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MAC Track Shirt

This is the design for the MAC Track shirt for this year. MAC Track is rezlife’s ‘Ministry as a Career’ program where students are introduced to the various ministry options that they may feel called/choose to pursue on a professional basis. From pastoral roles to music ministry to technical arts, MAC Track attempts to expose…

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Your Kingdom Come

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The Most Interesting Man on Earth

Another installment for the Faith Like a Child series. This one is essentially a highlight reel of Moses’ life. Megan and I were talking about it the other day, and she remarked that Moses probably had the most interesting and adventurous life of anybody who has ever lived. Let’s consider a few highlights: + slated…

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Narnian Servants are Better

A letter from Pliny the Younger to Pompeia Celerina: What treasures you have in your villas at Ocriculum, at Narnia, at Carsola and Perusia! Even a bathing place at Narnia! My letters — for now there is no need for you to write — will have shown you how pleased I am, or rather the…

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Individual Substance of a Rational Nature

A month and a half ago I was inspired by my brother’s foray into the burgeoning world of auto-tune theology (which, no doubt, is suffering from an over-population problem) and decided I would make my own attempt. However, as the market for auto-tune theology is surely quite crowded, I went a slightly different, albeit related,…

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The Fall in Felt

Another felt video for rezlife’s series Faith Like a Child. This one is a look at the fall of Adam and Eve.

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Paper Nativity

Since I went to all the trouble of creating all the characters for my Let’s Go to Bethlehem! video and graphics, I thought it might be fun to make an actual paper Nativity. Actually, it was Megan’s idea, but who’s counting? If it suits your fancy, (and, let’s be honest, your fancy is begging to…

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