Daisy Chain
Angela Breidenbach

Angie's Place

Missional Living

Do you live a missional lifestyle? Can people tell just from watching your daily habits what you believe in or what kind of ministries you support? Living missionally is putting Christ’s purpose for your life front and center. As Jesus walked the Via Dolorosa, the Way of Suffering, we can see His mission in action.

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Caroline Friday

At the Movies

Faith Like Potatoes

Faith Like Potatoes is a delightful Christian film that my good friend and ministry partner discovered at a local Christian bookstore. It is a bio-pic of Angus Buchan, a South African farmer of Scottish descent who leaves his farm during the political unrest and moves his family into KwaZulu Natal to start a better life. Surly and mean, Angus vents his frustrations on his fellow Zulu helper, Simeon, his wife, Jill, and his children as he struggles against the cruelty of a rough...

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Loree Lough

Loree's Lough Down

When You Talk to Yourself (and Somebody Else Answers)

There I was, tossing a load of wet socks from the washer into the dryer, trying to figure out whether to set my next series in Texas or Colorado, when the unanswerable laundry question stalled my decision-making capabilities: “Where do those missing ‘mates’ go?” Yep. Out loud. Though I was alone in the house. I’m the first to admit that it’s a weird habit, born of the solitary nature of my job. Because even when there are other people in the house, I work in solitude.

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Joyce Magnin

Real Life Is Stranger

If George Washington Jumped off a Bridge, Would You?
Well, Yes, Apparently

I have a confession. I am a lousy library patron. I know, I know. It comes as quite a shock that an author would so blatantly and unabashedly take advantage of the greatest public institution ever instituted—The Free Public Library. I don’t know why it is so difficult for me to return books on time. I am like a book Roach Motel—books check out . . . but they don’t check back in.

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