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One of the privileges I have in life is the honor of serving on the board of directors for Ball for Lives. You may remember that last summer I (Jamie) dribbled the Twin Cities Marathon to raise funds […]

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The title is the question I was asked to answer for a blog my friends at Winona State University run. This was a question asked by a student at Winona. There are several questions like this one and […]

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Gretchen and I were blessed to travel to Raleigh, NC last weekend to be a part of the life of Hope Cafe. Eric & Lisa Beavers serve at this church and it was wonderful to see how God […]

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We (Consumed) say often that we value relationships. This isn’t just some spiritual phrase we throw around to sound good. We truly value the relationships God has formed both organizationally and more importantly…the friendships we have formed with […]

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From Rob Stearns I’ve been thinking about this for quite some time–the many ways to Heaven/Paradise/the afterlife. It ultimately boils down to a question of faith…but at some point faith needs to be based on some basis of […]

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I was at a joint church gathering recently and the following poem was read. I found the writing to be beautiful so I thought I would share it here…with the author’s permission of course. Speaking of the author […]

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Consumed Publishing is very proud to offer you the latest production – WIDE EYED, written by Gretchen Miller. Gretchen writes the following concerning her hopes for what Wide Eyed may do to assist your walk with God: “This […]

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Thanks to everyone that came out to this summer’s Ohio BBQ. Tim & Charlie did an amazing job cooking pounds and pounds of brats, burgers, and hot dogs. I can’t even express my thanks to everyone else that […]

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from Rob Stearns…a poem about hope NEVER ASUNDER A bond between two through blood now one one bond, one love simply one–together I slip away this bond remains I fade further I’m drifting this bond anchors keeps me […]

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From Rob Stearns… Sometimes I think we put such an emphasis on making sure that our “church” looks perfect. That we should all put on a smile and present to the world a united front (farce?) that everyone […]