Finding Faith in the Forest: Stories Happen in Forests

I’m Karenna Gore here with Poppy Jones. And we’re with the Center for Earth Ethics at Union Theological Seminary. We have come into the forest as a classroom. We’re in Van Cortlandt Park, which is in the Bronx, right here in New York City. (Poppy) For them to actually get out in nature, have ceremony […]

The Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil

The tree of the knowledge of good and evil is one of two specific trees in the story of the Garden of Eden in Genesis 2–3, along with the tree of life. Genesis 2 narrates that God places the first man and woman in a garden with trees of whose fruits they may eat, but […]

The Tree of Life | Crafting an Existential Masterpiece

The Tree of Life, for most people either one of the best, or one of the worst films they’ve ever seen. Completely incomprehensible to some, but visually stunning to all. This highly ambitious project by Terrence Malick goes all the way back to the 1970s but finally saw the light in 2011, baffling the audience […]

The Greenhouse Bendigo 2020

there is an ushering of the Spirit of God at this time to raise up sons and daughters that walk in the full inheritance of their union with Christ there is a calling for the equipping of the ones who will pioneer the kingdom of Heaven on the earth in the days to come there […]

Lehi Sees a Vision of the Tree of Life | 1 Nephi 8 | Book of Mormon

Sam…Sam. My sons, wake up. Come to my tent. Is it even dawn yet? I have dreamed a dream; or, in other words, I have seen a vision. And because of the thing I have seen, I have reason to rejoice in the Lord because of Nephi and also of Sam; I have reason to […]

Парковый комплекс Усадьба Богословка

Hello ladies and gentlemen! We arrived before the Sverdlov village I forgot what it is called there later below I will write a monument of architecture ancient architecture of wooden architecture Here is such a convenient parking, check-in In, park complex Manor Bogoslovka These benches are made cool, for the bike stand Now we will […]

The Pointed Truth of the Candy Cane

When I was a young child, maybe 6 or 7 years old, my older sister invited me into the attic at our family home. It ran the entire length of the house. So we go into the attic and my sister has me look all the way down the corridor. And right at the end, […]