The Forbidden City
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We had the chance to visit the Forbidden City in Beijing. Here are some photos.

Off to Beijing
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We have covered a lot of ground over the past six weeks. Here are some photos of places we have seen.

Privacy Policy
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Who we are Our website address is: http://www.scquest.org. What personal data we collect and why we collect it Comments When visitors leave comments on the site we collect the data shown in the comments form, and also the visitor’s IP … Read More

The Inbox
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Here are a few things that have made me think, smile, or laugh over this past week: Quote: Beauty is only skin deep, but ugly goes clean to the bone. Dorothy Parker Photo: Video: JJ Heller: At My Table This video has … Read More

Things I like
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Here are a few things that have made me think, smile, or laugh over this past week: Interesting phrase from Butterfield, Hospitality what humbles us cannot hurt us, but what puffs up our pride unwaveringly will. Photo: Video: Nauseous waiters: … Read More

Village visits
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Here are some of my favorite photos from the last month. Others can be seen here.

Running the Camino
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I am linking to a few posts I have over on my running site since they are about my Dad and I running on the Camino. Running the Camino: What we did Running the Camino: What we packed Running the Camino: What … Read More

To the sea
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We were able to go to Manilva, Spain for our Spain Team Retreat. There were a lot of fun parts, but one highlight was going out whale watching!

To Create
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To create something of true beauty. To forge something to stand. Endure. Carry another’s life. To speak into the darkness some word of light. Flickering. Brief but bright. To add some weight of meaning to a fleeting moment. To stamp … Read More

WikiTheology: But it’s a different culture…
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Here is an explanation of WikiTheology. For similar posts, see why we have arms, why we don’t eat snowy owls, why Hell might not be what you think, maybe Jesus just being overly dramatic, and why your stomach still growls. Question: The culture that Jesus lived in … Read More