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Stop Eating C.R.A.P.

Stop Eating C.R.A.P.

[box_holder background_color=''] Stop eating C.R.A.P. Hi. My name is Roger. I work out 6 days a week, drink plenty of water, and still…

My Time In The Trees

My Time in the Trees

[box_holder background_color=''] As all of you have certainly noticed, this month we’ve been writing about positive experiences the church has given us. Since…

Why You Should Be Angry

Why You Should Be Angry

[box_holder background_color=''] [blockquote width='25' mark='grey'] Anger isn’t the “negative” emotion we often make it out to be. [/blockquote]After I indifferently described an upsetting…

5 Reasons Why You Absolutely Positively Need A Digital Detox (and A Real Vacation)

5 Reasons Why You Absolutely Positively Need a Digital Detox (and a Real Vacation)

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My wife and I just came back from our first real vacation ever. This year, instead of using vacation time to travel and visit family, for our five year anniversary we decided to fulfill a long-desired wish and visit the greater London area for two weeks of a well-deserved break.

Before we left, we agreed to a digital detox (meaning a full disconnect form all forms of digital communication: text, phone, emails and of course, social media) for those two weeks. Full disclosure, I was more consistent with this in our second week, but I’m convinced that this one decision had a profound impact on me and will be a part of all future vacations. You should seriously consider doing this too, and here are five reasons why:

I Want To Be Wrong About God

I Want to Be Wrong About God

[box_holder background_color=''] [blockquote width='30' mark='grey'] We have a greater need to desire God than to deconstruct Him. [/blockquote]I woke up with a strange…

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