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Two Years On.

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Reborn and shiveringSpat out on new terrainUnsure unconvincingThis faint and shaky hour Day one day one start over againStep one step oneI’m barely making sense for nowI’m faking it ’til I’m pseudo making itFrom scratch begin again but this time I as iAnd not as we Gun shy and quiveringTimid…

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did you ever love me?ever really love me?for i loved you you with all your older, wiser, always knowing bettercondemning all my youthful, ideal hopesconvincing me that you were righti subjugated all my life… for i loved you, i really loved you. i thought that we could grow together, surely…

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Courage As Citizens.

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PETERROLLINS.NET From Mark Riddlefrom the Facebook group Youth Ministry 3.0 We can’t talk about changing the youth pastors role and the expectations associated with her/him, without talking about role of the individuals within the community. A couple thoughts from Peter Block in his book Community that I think will be…

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Say What You Need To Say.

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‘Say’ Music Video from Matthew Singleton on Vimeo. Build a Strong Bridge The first Turkish proverb I remember hearing was in a gathering of people who were concerned about human rights and religious freedom in Turkey. Too many stories of churches being padlocked shut and leaders being detained caused us…

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There Are Some Things.

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there is a thread of silkweaving through your heartat the end of a needle sharppierces skin and flesh and draws deep and near, threadingsilk through the wounds know this, it weaves through mine as well, in fact maybe, same thread wove through mine first..either way, by the time the end…

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