Sunday, Sabbath & the Weekend: Managing Time in a Global Culture Edited by Edward O’Flaherty and Rodney L. Peterson with Timothy A. Norton Review by: Lt. Colonel Pat LaBossiere Sabbath.
Several years ago I decided to learn how to quilt. My instructor always emphasized two rules: – Measure twice, cut once – Sew a scant ¼” seam If you don’t
I recently received a notice from a law office requesting payment for a violation at an EZ Pass toll. My first reaction was, “Uh-oh, I’m in trouble!” After giving it
I remember it very clearly: my husband and I would each drive a 15 passenger van (remember those?) on two different routes around the city and pick people up for church
Brother Lawrence entered the monastery as a layman. He worked in the kitchens and as a cobbler there for the remainder of his life. Lawrence is known for his devotion
God in My Everything: How an Ancient Rhythm Helps Busy People Enjoy God by Ken Shigematsu Recently, I attended a webinar of Ken Shigematsu sharing the concepts from his book.
A quick google search reveals 7 different companies with Sinfully Delicious in their names. Other names include: Indulgence Chocolatiers, Sinful Sweets, Sinful Delights. One candy company describes their chocolate this
I think most people would consider pulling weeds to be a tedious, but necessary task. I, on the other hand, find great satisfaction in weeding my garden. First of all,