David Williams is pastor of Poolesville Presbyterian Church in Maryland. He blogs at Beloved Spear, part of the CCblogs network.
Walking through the battleground of Manassas, Virginia, conjures up visions of what happens when mutual respect breaks down in society.
You don't want a nice church, or so I am led to understand. You want a church that zealously defends the Truth.
The morning was hot, the thick wet suffusing heat of a late southern summer, and I was walking.
My garden is cranking again this summer, and one of the most remarkable things about a garden is just how much it varies year to year.
You'd think, given how much remains the same, that a garden would be a consistent thing.
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