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The Upside Of Nosebleeds

In the spring of 2009 I went to spend the Passover and Days of Unleavened Bread in Santiago, Chile.  The time did not go particularly well, for a variety of reasons.  For one, the Passover was an exceptionally troubled one … Continue reading

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Seeing Elisha Through The Eyes Of Children

Yesterday for my Sabbath School lesson [1], my lesson was on the miracles of Elisha.  Elisha, it should be noted, is one of the better known prophets of the Old Testament [2], and he is recorded to have done twice … Continue reading

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You Have Not Yet Resisted To Blood

Yesterday morning I woke up early and spent the time before heading off to Hood River writing an article about one of my favorite stories in the Bible [1].  This is a story I have long wanted to write about, … Continue reading

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Things Accomplished This Afternoon While On My Sickbed

It is no great stretch to say that I was not feeling particularly well today.  After having had a head cold since Tuesday, today was definitely well into fierce headaches and teary eyes and everything of that nature.  Let us … Continue reading

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Non-Book Review: Environment, Society And The Black Death

Environment, Society And The Black Death:  An Interdisciplinary Approach To The Late-Medieval Crisis In Sweden, edited by Per Lagerås As someone who reviews fairly prolifically for De Re Militari, to the point where sometimes I have two or three reviews … Continue reading

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Like No One’s Watching You

A few months ago [1], I commented that for the first time I had realized I was disabled as a result of having to fill out a document at work that happened to have one of the conditions I am … Continue reading

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Book Review: Sabbatical Of The Mind

Sabbatical Of The Mind:  The Journey From Anxiety To Peace, by David L. Winters [Note:  This book was provided free of charge by BookCrash.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.] There are many ways that I can identify with this … Continue reading

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Book Review: After The Cheering Stops

After The Cheering Stops:  An NFL Wife’s Story Of Concussions, Loss, And The Faith That Saw Her Through, by Cyndy Feasel with Mike Yorkey [Note:  This book was provided free of charge by BookLook/Thomas Nelson Publishing.  All thoughts and opinions … Continue reading

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Book Review: Childhood Disrupted

Childhood Disrupted:  How Your Biography Becomes Your Biology, And How You Can Heal, by Donna Jackson Nakazawa Like a few previous books I have read, this book was read for the CASA book of the month club, and I can … Continue reading

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Book Review: Enemies Of The Heart

Enemies Of The Heart:  Breaking Free From The Four Emotions That Control You, by Andy Stanley This book, like a few others [1], was recommended to me by a friend of mine who I once briefly dated as a college … Continue reading

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