Our lives are formed by the experiences throughout our lives: Pat shares two completely different experiences in the world that leave ripples in our lives...
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Maya Angelou. Enough said. Learn more about her and let your life become enriched through the knowing. Maya. Angelou.
I often return to the 2005 film, Constantine, whenever I find myself struggling with my faith. It’s rated R for language, gore, and frightening images and remains one of the most beloved films in my life, which was fundamentally formational for me.
While Parks & Recreation seems diametrically opposed to the film, Constantine, there are some truly poignant lines.
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Original café music composed & created by Rev. Dr. Seth Jones.
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