Monthly Archives: April 2011

The Water and the Blood video

Sojourn Music: “The Water And The Blood” album preview from Sojourn Community Church on Vimeo. Download the album here.

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Good Friday

The wounded surgeon plies the steel That quesions the distempered part; Beneath the bleeding hands we feel The sharp compassion of the healer’s art Resolving the enigma of the fever chart. Our only health is the disease If we obey … Continue reading

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The Water and the Blood

I’m sad to be not be able to gather with the rest of Sojourn Community Church this Good Friday, but I’m excited to hear Volume II in the Watts project, The Water and The Blood, which is being released today. … Continue reading

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It was in college as I struggled through Koine Greek that I first discovered the arduous joy of reading a text in the original language.  For the first time I am attempting to read a novel of the non-children’s variety … Continue reading

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Tulip Season

Seth snapped this photo at Emirgan Park today while we were looking at the tulips with a big group of friends. Even Istanbul Mayor Kadir Topbaş was there. It’s hard to believe it’s already been a year since last year’s … Continue reading

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Six Months

Dad brought me a bunch of pictures of mom.  It seemed appropriate to share them here, considering today marks six months since she passed away.

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Izmir has a nice charm to it. I like that there are parks, and that people ride bicycles. I don’t like how the entire city seems to be made up of the same ugly modern architecture.  Thankfully the late-Ottoman clock tower … Continue reading

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Hotel Nazar in Selçuk

Today Dad and I flew down to Izmir and hopped on a bus to Selçuk to see the ruins of ancient Ephesus. Long-time readers of this blog will recall I went there 3 years ago, but this was my first … Continue reading

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I’m Drinking this Coffee

FINCA SANTA CLARA Zelaya Family 1585 Meters Bourbon balanced – green apple – crisp Antigua, Antigua Valley, Guatemala The Zelaya Family has been growing coffee for over 100 years and for four generations. Three volcanoes – Agua, Acatenango and Fuego, … Continue reading

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From Green to Great

HT: Dear Coffee I Love You

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