A Time to Weep: Liturgical lament in times of crisis | Reformed Worship
Advent Christmas, God Promise, Blend Worship, Church Expansion, Communion, Children Choirs, Gods Promises, Christmas Songs, Advent Wreaths
Building a Children's Choir | Reformed Worship
Blended Worship: What it is, what it isn't | Reformed Worship
Circle of Light: Four themes for use with the Advent wreath | Reformed Worship
World Communion Sunday: a Service of Confession | Reformed Worship
Resting in God's Promises (Isaiah)
Advent and Christmas Songs by Keith Getty | Reformed Worship
Check out this story by natalia medlarska on Steller
Natalia Medlarska, Venice Italy, Bologna Italy
"Pray and Break Bread" (City Seminary, NYC) The wonder of it all | Faith & Leadership
Cities Seminary, Break Breads
Kristine spent months photographing the brick kilns of India and Nepal. Here, in India, women balance stacks of bricks on their head in order to carry them to nearby trucks.
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Since 2009, photographer Lisa Kristine has been documenting those caught up in the barbaric trade. Her images are shocking, powerful, in-your-face. Yet they are also dignified portraits of those with no choice.
As Kristine traveled with abolitionists to document the slave trade, she couldn’t spend more than 10 minutes in one spot to photograph – in case a supervisor or slave owner saw them. Being caught would either endanger themselves or the slaves they were photographing. IN THIS PHOTO: In the Himalayas, Nepalese children carry slabs of slate heavier than themselves on their backs while their parents work in the quarry.©®
Want to tuck little icon corners all over the house - stairwell, laundry room, outside
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Beautiful kitchen icon corner
I like the idea of a little nook for prayer space
kitchen prayer nook
This Sacramental Life: a few [incomplete] thoughts on the sacred practice of Sabbath"I think the Buddhists call this Zen. I choose to believe there is a way of Christian rest. I believe the Christ who naps in capsizing boats follows the footsteps of his Father who takes days off even though the spinning universe depends on His attention."
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Barefoot Hippie Girl: Day 15: Expand Your Horizons
A few years ago, I became very worried about the planet and decided to Do Something. But what? I found some experts, and asked them. One was Dr David Fleming, who had invented a clever mechanism to incentivise individuals – and entire nations – to save energy. What, in his opinion, was the most important thing anybody could do to tackle the twin threats of climate change and resource shortages? “Join the local choir,” he said.
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The biggest difficulties involved in joining a local group are usually in our own heads – but it’s possible to overcome them, writes John-Paul Flintoff
Notting Hill Carnival, 1975
Notting Hill Carnival: The Early Years: In 1975, London radio stations began broadcasting from the carnival; by 1976, there were around 150,000 people. Photo: Richard Braine
GROUP of girls grooving on the corner at Notting Hill Carnival, London, 1975 Richard Braine/ PYMCA
Open House for Butterflies: Ruth Krauss’s Final and Loveliest Collaboration with…
Open House for Butterflies: Ruth Krauss’s Final and Loveliest Collaboration with Maurice Sendak | Brain Pickings
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Fine advice from Ruth Krauss & Maurice Sendak
a life lived well
Open House for Butterflies: Ruth Krauss’s Final and Loveliest Collaboration with Maurice Sendak #writing #illustration
Happy birthday, beloved children’s book author Ruth Krauss (July 25, 1901–July 10, 1993)! Celebrate with Open House for Butterflies, ...
Illustration by Maurice Sendak from 'Open House for Butterflies' by Ruth Krauss. 'Get a life in which you notice the smell of salt water pushing itself on a breeze over the dunes ... Turn off your cell phone. Turn off your regular phone, for that matter. Keep still. Be present ... If you win the rat race, you’re still a rat.' A Short Guide to a Happy Life: Anna Quindlen on Work, Joy, and How to Live Rather Than Exist, Brain Pickings, Mar 11, 2014 #happiness #receptivity #life #existence
Friday Night Meatballs at an open table
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Friday Night Meatballs: How to Change Your Life With Pasta --- We had no idea how much the simple act of gathering for dinner would transform our family's life!
Peace of Christ to you. Check out this story by Tamara Hill Murphy on Steller
This Sacramental Life - 5 Favorites: good news video clips that give me hope in our troubled world : MicroHouse Time Lapse
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Mobile Loaves & Fishes, Austin TX tiny house master planned development to house the homeless.
This Sacramental Life: 5 Favorites: good news video clips that give me hope in our troubled world : Christ Church Guatemala Mission Trip 2014
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When Mending Becomes an Art 【Japanese Urushi Art】
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"when mending becomes art" video kintsugi
Kintsugi, ceramic repair with gold lacquer video .... more detailed videos of the process here: http://www.youtube.com/results?search_type=videos&search_query=kintsugi&search_sort=video_view_count *note I have not viewed these but looks interestin
When Mending Becomes an Art 【Japanese Urushi Art】 "Kintsukuroi is the Japanese art of repairing broken pottery using resin mixed with precious metals like gold. "
the daily asterisk: Unpublished Maps, Angus in Alexander McCall Smith's Love Over Scotland
reginald bottomley(1856–1933), a mother and child looking at the virgin and child. oil on canvas, 115 x 86 cm. littlehampton museum, uk www.bbc.co.uk/...
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reginald bottomless (1856–1933), a mother and child looking at the virgin and child. Beautiful.
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reginald bottomley(1856–1933), a mother and child looking at the virgin and child. oil on canvas, 115 x 86 cm. littlehampton museum, uk http://www.bbc.co.uk/arts/yourpaintings/paintings/a-mother-and-child-looking-at-the-virgin-and-child-69928. This painting is so beautiful and full of the solemnity we mothers feel
Holy Communion ♥ А.Е. Косничев «Причастие». Холст, масло. 2009