Author Archives: Brittany

About Brittany

“If you can't explain it simply, you don't understand it well enough." - Einstein

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“Blessed are the peacemakers for they will be called Children of God,” Jesus said. Peacemaker. Why is it that people who use that word tend to put it in a context that makes the peacemaker sound spineless? Are peacemakers people-pleasers … Continue reading

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Jesus & Conflict

If we have chosen to make Jesus our example, what do His actions demonstrate for us? Was Jesus a pacifist? You may be of the belief that the follower of Jesus is always called to “turn the other cheek.” Continue reading

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You Are What You Say

If you are in the 1st Grace Bible Class, “Building the Kingdom Through Words & Relationships,” thank you for checking in at! This is a place where we can go a little deeper and discuss thoughts about class in … Continue reading

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Time & Earthquakes

Source: Time & Earthquakes Recalling today the challenges and changes of “post-collegiate learning” through international travel with my family. What. a. LIFE. Possible plans are presently being discussed with a Chinese leader (and family-friend) who wants us to share with students … Continue reading

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Playing for Blood

This is a repost I felt to be highly appropriate as we watch the continued political war we’re witnessing this week as we get closer to the November elections.  I’ve also experienced a couple things that emphasized again to me … Continue reading

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The Lotus Eaters

Have you ever felt like you were the only one aware of something extremely dangerous? How about one of those situations where a person you really cared about was doing something you knew was going to hurt them, their family, … Continue reading

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Priceless Freedom

The midwest U.S. to Asia has been a commonly traveled path for my family these days. We’ve been etching our own silk road in the air over the Pacific for a few years. Home has now been either a distant memory or the hope of future rest in the comfort of familiar surroundings. Since we got back to the U.S. nearly a month ago now, we’ve barely slept in our own beds but have instead been out traveling in nearby states. Continue reading

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