Monthly Archives: October 2014

What I Learned from My Banker

LIVING AS APPRENTICES I now have a personal banker!  Given my life-long meager income and my husband’s illness, I would never have thought of needing a “banker.”  But in the last several months Josh made suggestions that I would never … Continue reading

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What’s Your Theology of Food?

LIVING AS APPRENTICES Who knew that chocolate plantations in Ghana profit from child slavery and that mercenaries terrorize, maim, and kill to control the banana trade in Central America? And now that we know, what do we do about it? … Continue reading

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As You Go, Make Disciples

LIVING AS APPRENTICES Dallas Willard continued his journey in the kingdom of God for eternity in May, 2013. Since his death, at least two books have been published that discuss the man and his theology. Soul Keeping by John Ortberg is … Continue reading

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The One Thing You Can Do

LIVING AS APPRENTICES Today I listened to two journalists describe our struggles to think positively about the issues of the world.  Finally one of them said, “I just say to people, ‘What is the one thing you can do?  Go … Continue reading

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