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The question was posed to different people of faith: “Who has connected you to God more deeply?” Here are the people and the stories they told us about
But, you know, outside of a micro-processing unit, binary is much less useful.
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From AsapScience on Youtube: We often hear it, but how true is the phrase ‘Money can’t buy happiness’? Is there a correlation between the two, and if so, what can we learn from it? It turns out, if you think money and happiness are exclusive, you simply aren’t spending it right.
A snippet of conversations with young adults talking about the questions they have, the uncertainties, and the exciting possibilities of what we do with our lives.
If you want to know God’s will for your life, here it is…
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David Lose, professor at Luther Seminary, addresses that fundamental question about what do we do with our lives and how a faithful response reorients the response we or our culture of consumerism might give.
“What do I do with my life?” reveals a much more profound human question, “Who am I?” says Dr. Nate Frambach, professor at Wartburg Theological Seminary.
Mike and Nathan talk together about why God might call us to lives of simplicity and balance. It might surprise you to learn that it’s to our benefit!
“The pauses are turnings to God in the midst of complex lives. They don’t in themselves make life simpler, but they are simple offerings to the One who has authored the day.”
I’m aware that not all the work of gardening will be done in one fell swoop (a lesson I’m learning more and more as a reality of life). I begin to see connections between the work that I do with the dirt and the work that I do elsewhere.