Daily Archives: July 4, 2014

Book Review: How To Pick Up A Stripper And Other Acts Of Kindness

How To Pick Up A Stripper And Over Acts Of Kindness: Serving People Just As They Are, by Todd And Erin Stevens [Note: This book was provided by Thomas Nelson Publishers/BookLook in exchange for an honest review.] The title of … Continue reading

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The Bombs Bursting In Air

One of the most notable aspects of celebrating the anniversary of the Declaration of Independence [1] is the tendency of people and communities to engage in fireworks displays. As is often the case in life, my feelings about fireworks are … Continue reading

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Book Review: Inside Divergent: The Initiate’s World

Inside Divergent: The Initiate’s World, by Cecilia Bernard When I requested this book, sight unseen, from my library’s hold system [1], I had in mind the sort of book that provided some meaty text, such as essays examining the larger … Continue reading

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Book Review: Crossing Unmarked Snow

Crossing Unmarked Snow: Further Views On The Writer’s Vocation, by William Stafford, edited by Paul Merchant & Vincent Wixon The last two stanzas of the poem “Tuned In Late One Night” that open this book demonstrate both the approach of … Continue reading

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