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Patricia Hunter
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a wannabe psalmist with a camera
a wannabe psalmist with a camera

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Lent::40 Days in Israel Part 3:The Church of the Primacy of Saint Peter, Capernaum, Nazareth Village, the Jesus Boat...
[Church of the Primacy of Saint Peter]  After breakfast, we left the hotel in Tiberias for the Church of the Primacy of Saint Peter in Tabgha on the northwestern shore of the Sea of Galilee. The church was built by Franciscans in 1934, over a flat rock that...

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Lent::40 Days in Israel Part 2:Mount Carmel, Tiberias, Mount of Beatitudes, Tel Dan, Caesarea Philippi, Golan Heights...
[Mount Carmel and the Statue of Elijah at Muhraka, The Place of Burning] From Megiddo , we continued north to Muhraka (which means the place of burning) on Mount Carmel. Muhraka is the traditional site of Elijah's contest with the prophets of Baal, and home...

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Lent::40 Days in Israel...
[Israel] A year ago this very weekend, Louis and I were headed to Atlanta where we would catch our first flight toward Israel.  I've shared very little about that trip -- mostly because it has taken months for us to absorb and reflect on what we learned and...

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12 Tips for Backyard Nature Photography...
For his invisible attributes, namely,  his eternal power and divine nature,  have been clearly perceived, ever since the creation of the world,  in the things that have been made.  So they are without excuse.   Romans 1:20 ESV Not too long ago, a friend ask...

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To be hidden...
I write about having a life hidden in Christ , but what does that look like in this world of Christian celebrities, and breaking through glass ceilings, and building a tribe, and standing on platforms?  For days I'm amused by the big green caterpillar and l...

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The journey begins...
I no longer worship in the liturgical denomination I was raised, but my spiritual roots are embedded deep in the rhythms of advent and lent that were part of my faith walk for many years - and as each season approaches, I anticipate with joy returning to th...

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Goldenrod and a string of golden not-summer days {and to #bethegift with a giveaway}...
I'm home from Canada for less than a week when the goldenrod begins to bloom, and fall teases us with a string of stunning  not-summer days . Yellow orchid blooms dangle from from the oak limbs in the back yard... ...and the alamanda bush by the gate explod...

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To let myself be broken and loved...
Every day you can do one thing that you wish you could do for everyone. We will be known for our actual fruits, not the intentions of our imaginations. Ann Voskamp , The Broken Way, p. 207 The decision was made for me, or I probably wouldn't have gone.   Ho...

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A reminder for the times we're in...
I use every resource at my disposal to identify this heron whose image I captured as he waded in and out of the water and snatched a blue-tipped damselfly out of the air. Every bird identification tool I use confirms he's a tricolored heron -- from the whit...

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Love::Fourth Sunday:Advent
See what kind of love the Father has given to us, that we should be called children of God; and so we are. 1 John 3:1
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