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The true spirit of Christmas. That’s the topic that World Vision asked me to blog about. From today through December 20th, as a part of World Vision’s 12 Blogs of Christmas, more than 20 bloggers from various walks of life will be posting their own ideas about the “true spirit of Christmas” on their blogs […]

True Christmas Spirit (a blog post) is a post from: Jesus Needs New PR

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GIVEN is brand new clothing line designed by the creative people at Jedidiah Clothing on behalf of World Vision. And as a longtime World Vision supporter, I’ve been given the opportunity to give one lucky (blessed?) blog reader the opportunity to win a GIVEN t-shirt of their choice! And the t-shirt designs are pretty awesome. […]

A T-SHIRT GIVEAWAY: Win a Jedidiah Clothing designed t-shirt! is a post from: Jesus Needs New PR

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Elias and I didn’t go to Starbucks this morning. Elias didn’t get his usual donut and chocolate soy milk and I didn’t get my scone and coffee. Any time he and I go to SBux our bill ends up being around $9. But rather than giving our $10 to Starbucks this morning, we did something […]

What one thing would YOU give up?! is a post from: Jesus Needs New PR

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All photos were taken by me. Hope you enjoy. VIVA BOLIVIA! is a post from: Jesus Needs New PR

VIVA BOLIVIA! is a post from: Jesus Needs New PR

This is a guest post by Nish Weiseth They said this would happen upon reentry. The shattering. Erik and Rowan picked me up at the airport. Smiles plastered wide, I embraced fully, leaned my weight into theirs and became part of the family again. Rowan’s delight in me, my return, brought back thoughts of children […]

Culture shock & emotional breakdown (in the cereal aisle) is a post from: Jesus Needs New PR

Can I be honest? I think many of us who are engaged in the blogging world (Christian or otherwise) are suffering from a disease. Not a disease like HIV or diabetes. Maybe it’s not even a disease. Maybe it’s a […]

Her little hands held the Bible like she needed every word to be true, like she’d seen enough pain and felt enough heartache in the ten years that she’d been alive to know that there must be more. Her fingers […]

It’s a cliche: What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas… And over the years, the ad agency who came up with this clever slogan has created a number of commercial campaigns that have caused many of us to giggle, shake […]

Dear Romeo, I doubt you remember me. We met seven months ago when I was in the Dominican Republic with World Vision. I came to your home and we chatted on your shack’s front porch for nearly an hour. I […]

Over the next few days I’ll be reposting a handful of my favorite posts from 2010. I wrote this one late one night (maybe morning…) while I was in Uganda. It was MLK day… and the rest is explained in […]

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