August 15th, 2018

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For the Common Good Part II—an Exploration and Study of 1 Corinthians for “Anglicans for Renewal” Magazine

By on August 14th, 2018

Source: GENEralities For the Common Good Part II—an Exploration and Study of 1 Corinthians for “Anglicans for Renewal” Magazine This appeared in the Winter 2017 issue of Anglicans for Renewal magazine. Both digital and print subscriptions are available here. I hope you were able to take some time to read 1 Corinthians and to ponder the outline included in ... Read More »

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Wandering Around Louisville, Kentucky

By Luke Fandrich on August 14th, 2018

Source: Editing Luke Wandering Around Louisville, Kentucky A day at the races in an iconic setting, a slugger like no other, and even a little moonshine – here are a few visual highlights from my exploration of Louisville, Kentucky.Kentucky Peerless Distilling CompanyChurchill Downs – Home of the Kentucky Derby.Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory... Read More »

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100 Year Old General Hospital Postcard

By Luke Fandrich on August 12th, 2018

Source: Editing Luke 100 Year Old General Hospital Postcard This vintage postcard of the former General Hospital in Medicine Hat, Alberta was mailed over a century ago on August 13, 1914 to Wyoming, Ontario – a small town near Sarnia in the south of the province. The message handwritten on the back of the postcard ... Read More »

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Star Wars: A Galactic Spectacular at Disney’s Hollywood Studios

By Luke Fandrich on August 11th, 2018

Source: Editing Luke Star Wars: A Galactic Spectacular at Disney’s Hollywood Studios Lasers, projections, and fireworks – oh my! Star Wars: A Galactic Spectacular is one of the night shows in Disney’s Hollywood Studios at Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida. The show features a variety of scenes from the Star Wars franchise projected onto ... Read More »

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Cooking like it’s 1924

By Medalta on August 10th, 2018

Source: Medalta Cooking like it’s 1924 The post Cooking like it’s 1924 appeared first on Medalta... Read More »

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JFK Memorial Plaza in Dallas, Texas

By Luke Fandrich on August 10th, 2018

Source: Editing Luke JFK Memorial Plaza in Dallas, Texas Designed by architect Philip Johnson, the John F. Kennedy Memorial Plaza was dedicated in Dallas, Texas on June 24, 1970. The memorial reflects the lasting impact of JFK’s assassination in Dallas on November 22, 1963 and is located just a few hundred yards from where he ... Read More »

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2019 Fall Art Programs

By Morgen Dietz on August 9th, 2018

Source: Esplanade 2019 Fall Art Programs What sets the Esplanade classes apart from other art classes? Art classes draw from the current exhibitions in the Art Gallery. Two dimensional and three dimensional art projects are designed to give children the opportunity to explore a wide variety of ideas in a diversity of media. Projects and ... Read More »

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2018-19 PD Days

By Morgen Dietz on August 9th, 2018

Source: Esplanade 2018-19 PD Days Instructor: Jasmine Keillor Calling all budding artists! The Esplanade Arts and Heritage Centre along with the Hive Artists’ Hub will be offering PD Day art programming for ages 5-11 for the 2017/18 school year. Students will spend their day experimenting with various art materials and techniques while developing and refining ... Read More »

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Born to Be Wild: a Short Funeral Sermon for Colleen Sheardown—with reference to Ecc 3.1-8, John 14.1-6 and the song

By on August 8th, 2018

Source: GENEralities Born to Be Wild: a Short Funeral Sermon for Colleen Sheardown—with reference to Ecc 3.1-8, John 14.1-6 and the song Jesus, had some comforting words for his friends who he knew would soon be grieving like we are this morning. Canon Ottrey read them from John 14 just a few moments ago. Don’t ... Read More »

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Beale Street in Memphis, Tennessee: Part 2

By Luke Fandrich on August 8th, 2018

Source: Editing Luke Beale Street in Memphis, Tennessee: Part 2 A continuation of my photo set from Beale Street in Memphis, Tennessee... Read More »

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