The Jazz Theologian

The Jazz Theologian

Pray for Cambodia!

Here’s the blog for the team in Cambodia so you can follow them and know how to pray (click here)

Here’s a video about the sex trade in Cambodia.  Lord, have mercy…

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Bob Agard

posted January 19, 2008 at 1:00 pm

I thought you might enjoy a post over at Ace Of Spades. A stone seal has been found in Jerusalem bearing the name of the Temech family (your son’s namesake?) mentioned in the book of Nehemiah. Go to
God’s blessings to you and Barbra.

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posted August 25, 2014 at 2:56 am

French chateau with Italian renaissance by Jon Reiter

Provided by notable furniture in Cambodia construction materials, having combined the two famous artistic structures and architectures, designer Jon Reiter achieved a chateau-like French and Italian house and the featured bathroom surrounding by a picturesque outlook.
Recapping of the house design included heavy reclaimed beams and Italian-made, in-swing window panes for the entire house design.
For the bathroom, a French classical clawfoot bathtub took center stage in the room with a window for viewing the outdoor greenery of vineyards. A soft and neutral Carrara marble material was used in floor tiles and vanity top for unified surface.
In keeping up the rustic and antique look, the shower walls were sleekly coated that resembled those of Italian houses.

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posted December 14, 2014 at 9:33 pm

Central assembly by Sue Jackson

“With six grown children, and evenings regularly spent entertaining, they wanted a functional kitchen, with lots of bench space and minimal clutter,” said designer Sue Jackson of the pictured kitchen’s renovation concept. “The space is also open to views of the mountains and the plains below.”
“The curve of the island relates to the flow of the room and creates a feeling of abundance,” spoke Jackson.
“I wanted to bring external elements of the home inside. The use of both stainless steel and aluminum linked the kitchen with the exterior design,” stated Jackson, as provided by notable furniture in Cambodia
construction materials.
“It’s quite a busy kitchen, with the design inviting interaction between guests and their hosts,” added Jackson.

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posted February 2, 2015 at 4:37 am

Insired Tree-House Surrounding by Tree

Occupied a total surface of 592 square foot, this one bedroom granny flat was designed by Kim Alexander builders together with Baahouse + Baastudio, according to furniture shop in Phnom Penh
construction materials.
Due to the affordability and practicality of habitants, this Granny flats is building a comeback in the Australian backyard. Architects said, “If you live on a block of land larger than 405 square meters and need extra living space, building a second dwelling may be your solution.”
In addition, its location is privilege, where in the Gap, a leafy and hilly suburb of Brisbane in Queensland, Australia. In this sense, it offers a friendly environment in line with a beautiful tree-house.
You might it more interestingly if you see the layouts of house which open up all of the rooms to the freshness of the forest while ensuring an optimum connection between the interiors.
Moreover, lovely living room and bedrooms extend outdoors via a lovely balconies.

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