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He didn't intend for us to be alone, focused only on ourselves, but to long for and actively engage in relationships with one another. Numerous times in Scripture God tells us to "love your neighbor as yourself" Lev.

Sometimes life happens and relationships fail. We may want to not risk putting ourselves out there again, and instead withdraw from others.

But deep down we know how much we need relationships. We need to talk, encourage, hold accountable, pray for and with, forgive, and LOVE one another!

We were created like that! We were wired like that! Even children instinctively know that! Let me finish with one last photo from this morning.

After entering the classroom for the first time, the kids were able to color a picture of a bumble bee while settling in.

Kirsten was so focused on the other kids future friends , that she was coloring without looking! I got lost in an old graveyard the other day.

I was taking pictures of statues and gravestones at the Elmwood Cemetery in Detroit. It was impressive. The history of our city impresses me.

I was impressed by the people who made some contribution to their world: civil war soldiers, doctors, industrialists who provided jobs, and city leaders.

I would like to be a part of the legacy of Detroit- not the burned down buildings, the crime, and the disparaging poverty and addiction; but the builders, the innovators, and the contributors.

There is a connection between the spiritual condition and the physical landscape of Detroit. It seems that many people in Detroit are broken, addicted, and hopeless.

I had an interesting conversation with a plant supervisor for Ford this morning. I heard an interesting quote about changing the human condition, which leads to a changed world.

Jesus Christ takes the slum out of a man, and then he changes his environment. Do you have a favorite verse? What about one that God's been laying on your heart lately?

I have a few favorites, but the one that keeps popping in my head lately is Jeremiah He has a future planned for me! Being on this journey with Paradox, and with launch being right around the corner, I'm encouraged to know that He has great things in store for us He tells us so!

He really, really wants that for us! Or even just another verse that means something special to you It was a neat place to vacation, but they didn't care for each other's company very much.

Soon after arriving, the man's wife became very ill. It was a very progressive illness, and she died within a few days. The hospital connected him with a local mortician to prepare for funeral and burrial.

But the man wanted to bury her back in the States where they lived. So he went back in forth in his mind trying to figure everything out. Out of curiousity, the morician asked why he would not save the money and have her buried there; to which the man replied: A long time ago someone was burried here, and three days later he was back.

I just can't take that kind of chance. I can not believe the launch of Paradox is only a month away. Are we ready! Are you kidding!

The next few years cost those guys everything, everything. But they turned this world upside down for Jesus. They must have really believed His words about His forcefully advancing kingdom.

We believe those words too. You are a part of this dream as you battle with us in prayer. I never really have, too boring, always bad news.

But I discovered the Daily Buzz, do you watch it? I couldn't think of anything pressing on my heart to write about today. Actually, let me rephrase that I think we all need to just step back and laugh sometimes, force ourselves to smile even.

Our lives get so busy and pull us in so many directions that if it wasn't for having a 6 yr. I know many of you might have seen these before, but read 'em over I think these can bring extra tears of laughter to those like me who've come from more of a Baptist background.

Well, with the wonders of technology and the little spell-check button we all know and love dearly, hopefully we won't see errors like these in our programs at Paradox!

Then again, I'm sure some will slip through the cracks Bertha Belch, a missionary from Africa, will be speaking tonight at Calvary Methodist.

Come hear Bertha Belch all the way from Africa. The sermon this morning: "Jesus Walks on the Water. Come out and watch us kill Christ the King.

Ladies, don't forget the rummage sale. It's a chance to get rid of those things not worth keeping around the house. Don't forget your husbands. The peacemaking meeting scheduled for today has been canceled due to a conflict.

For those of you who have children and don't know it, we have a nursery downstairs. The church will host an evening of fine dining, super entertainment and gracious hostility.

Potluck supper Sunday at PM - prayer and medication to follow. The ladies of the Church have cast off clothing of every kind.

They may be seen in the basement on Friday afternoon. This evening at 7 PM there will be a hymn singing in the park across from the church. Bring a blanket and come prepared to sin.

All ladies are invited to lunch in the Fellowship Hall after the B. Please use the back door. The congregation is invited to attend this tragedy.

So ends a friendship that began in their school days. A bean supper will be held on Tuesday evening in the church hall.

Music will follow. At the evening service tonight, the sermon topic will be "What Is Hell? Please use large double door at the side entrance.

Eight new choir robes are currently needed due to the addition of several new members and to the deterioration of some older ones. Scouts are saving aluminum cans, bottles and other items to be recycled.

Proceeds will be used to cripple children. Remember in prayer the many who are sick of our community. Smile at someone who is hard to love.

Say "Hell" to someone who doesn't care much about you. Craig asked us to read this excerpt at the Paradox retreat a few weekends ago. It shouldn't matter if my path has a foreseeable purpose.

The only thing that matters is that I am walking, running perhaps hiding? The thing I need to concern myself with is locating God as I walk.

Not His purpose, not His end game for me, but the here and now that I pass along the way to whatever finish line, hill tops, and valleys God chooses to present me with.

Asking God why seems a conditional faith. It doesn't matter why. It doesn't matter why my childhood was what it was.

It doesn't matter why Kenny died the way he did. What matters is that God gave me these things, not so that I would question Him, but so that I could more easily find him.

It would be too difficult to see Him if I did not need Him as I do. God created me very much with a reckless spirit of independence.

Of course there must be situations in my life where He reminds me that I desperately need Him. He gave me the great power that I must constantly give back to him.

Yet again, here I go looking for logic. Here I sit writing out God's purpose for me on His path. The truth is, I long for direction and explanation.

I want someone else to drive, but the relinquishing of even a small amount of control forces that annoying question out of me: 'So where are we going?

What really matters is that God is driving, and I'm sitting next to Him. Better if I were blind, so I couldn't see the distractions ahead and ask where we're going.

Perhaps then I wouldn't be so blind to the fact that God doesn't care for that question, and when he deems it necessary that I know our direction, He tells me before I can even think to ask.

Why do I feel I need to demonstrate how little I trust Him? Why am I so eager to display my ignorance? I wish he didn't have to break my legs to keep me from running away.

And when I'm scraping my elbows as I crawl away to hide from Him, no one is more ashamed than me.

I won't deny it. I've long been a fan of Mel Gibson, even had an understanding with Matt that if Mel ever finally came knocking on my door Matt would understand!

We have things in common: he has 7 kids, I'm the youngest of 7; he was born on January 3, which is the same day my sister Evelyn was born.

I think that's all I was going on for a while there Anyway, I've been a big fan of his work in film. I love that every character he plays has a bit of that Mel insanity burning in their eyes, and often spilling out in speech or gesture.

I've seen that look in his own eyes during interviews. He has a nervous energy about him, which I'm sure he can channel in positive ways.

As long as you've been connected to reality in some way, you've heard about Mr. Acquiring access mats for a project is an expensive endeavour, so making sure you get high-quality matting the first time around is important.

To do so, you need to know what you're looking for. These are truly unprecedented times for everyone. We know staying home, whether for self-quarantine or social distancing purposes, is the right thing to do to help stop the spread.

During these times, mindset plays a vital role in getting through this pandemic, both physically and mentally. In a remote northern corridor of Alberta, Paradox worked around the clock to build an kilometre access road for a large North American energy company.

Today marks the 50th anniversary of Earth Day , and this year's theme is climate action. It will be a unique celebration, as many countries around the world are observing stay-at-home orders to help flatten the COVID curve.

Positive environmental effects of these orders are already evident, notably bluer skies and increased wildlife activity in Canada and around the world.

The Bible thinks pretty highly of straight-forward people who work hard with their hands. So, why is it that that some people will look at you funny if you have a little dirt underneath your fingernails or wear jeans we all happen to like jeans when you go to church?

Paradox Church appreciates a good day's work, a speaker that gives practical advice, and genuinely helping people in need. The way we see it, nothing says you really care like hearing about a need and loading up a truck.

Today was Kirsten's first day of Kindergarten. We checked in, then went outside to wait, per instructions. It was interesting to see how many children were just patiently standing in line outside with their parents A few feet away, in clear view, was the playground.

My daughter was the first one to run out to play on it. I was actually surprised to see only one other girl join her Anyway, I just watched.

I watched this other girl run over to the swings and start swinging. Then I watched my daughter. She looked at the girl for a moment, then quickly ran to her and said, "Wanna play with me?

She even asked the girls' name and told her hers! No fear of rejection. No contemplation of the "right" words to say. No hesitation.

Kirsten wanted to connect with someone else. She wanted companionship out on that playground. God created us as social beings.

He didn't intend for us to be alone, focused only on ourselves, but to long for and actively engage in relationships with one another. Numerous times in Scripture God tells us to "love your neighbor as yourself" Lev.

Sometimes life happens and relationships fail. We may want to not risk putting ourselves out there again, and instead withdraw from others.

But deep down we know how much we need relationships. We need to talk, encourage, hold accountable, pray for and with, forgive, and LOVE one another!

We were created like that! We were wired like that! Even children instinctively know that! Let me finish with one last photo from this morning.

After entering the classroom for the first time, the kids were able to color a picture of a bumble bee while settling in. Kirsten was so focused on the other kids future friends , that she was coloring without looking!

I got lost in an old graveyard the other day. I was taking pictures of statues and gravestones at the Elmwood Cemetery in Detroit.

It was impressive. The history of our city impresses me. I was impressed by the people who made some contribution to their world: civil war soldiers, doctors, industrialists who provided jobs, and city leaders.

I would like to be a part of the legacy of Detroit- not the burned down buildings, the crime, and the disparaging poverty and addiction; but the builders, the innovators, and the contributors.

There is a connection between the spiritual condition and the physical landscape of Detroit. It seems that many people in Detroit are broken, addicted, and hopeless.

I had an interesting conversation with a plant supervisor for Ford this morning. I heard an interesting quote about changing the human condition, which leads to a changed world.

Jesus Christ takes the slum out of a man, and then he changes his environment. Do you have a favorite verse? What about one that God's been laying on your heart lately?

I have a few favorites, but the one that keeps popping in my head lately is Jeremiah He has a future planned for me! Being on this journey with Paradox, and with launch being right around the corner, I'm encouraged to know that He has great things in store for us He tells us so!

He really, really wants that for us! Or even just another verse that means something special to you It was a neat place to vacation, but they didn't care for each other's company very much.

Soon after arriving, the man's wife became very ill. It was a very progressive illness, and she died within a few days.

The hospital connected him with a local mortician to prepare for funeral and burrial. But the man wanted to bury her back in the States where they lived.

So he went back in forth in his mind trying to figure everything out. Out of curiousity, the morician asked why he would not save the money and have her buried there; to which the man replied: A long time ago someone was burried here, and three days later he was back.

I just can't take that kind of chance. I can not believe the launch of Paradox is only a month away.

Are we ready! Are you kidding! The next few years cost those guys everything, everything. But they turned this world upside down for Jesus. They must have really believed His words about His forcefully advancing kingdom.

We believe those words too. You are a part of this dream as you battle with us in prayer. I never really have, too boring, always bad news.

But I discovered the Daily Buzz, do you watch it? I couldn't think of anything pressing on my heart to write about today. Actually, let me rephrase that I think we all need to just step back and laugh sometimes, force ourselves to smile even.

Our lives get so busy and pull us in so many directions that if it wasn't for having a 6 yr. I know many of you might have seen these before, but read 'em over I think these can bring extra tears of laughter to those like me who've come from more of a Baptist background.

Well, with the wonders of technology and the little spell-check button we all know and love dearly, hopefully we won't see errors like these in our programs at Paradox!

Then again, I'm sure some will slip through the cracks Bertha Belch, a missionary from Africa, will be speaking tonight at Calvary Methodist.

Come hear Bertha Belch all the way from Africa. The sermon this morning: "Jesus Walks on the Water.

Come out and watch us kill Christ the King. Ladies, don't forget the rummage sale. It's a chance to get rid of those things not worth keeping around the house.

Don't forget your husbands. The peacemaking meeting scheduled for today has been canceled due to a conflict. For those of you who have children and don't know it, we have a nursery downstairs.

The church will host an evening of fine dining, super entertainment and gracious hostility. Potluck supper Sunday at PM - prayer and medication to follow.

The ladies of the Church have cast off clothing of every kind. They may be seen in the basement on Friday afternoon. This evening at 7 PM there will be a hymn singing in the park across from the church.

Bring a blanket and come prepared to sin. All ladies are invited to lunch in the Fellowship Hall after the B. Please use the back door.

The congregation is invited to attend this tragedy. So ends a friendship that began in their school days. A bean supper will be held on Tuesday evening in the church hall.

Music will follow. At the evening service tonight, the sermon topic will be "What Is Hell? Please use large double door at the side entrance.

Eight new choir robes are currently needed due to the addition of several new members and to the deterioration of some older ones.

Scouts are saving aluminum cans, bottles and other items to be recycled. Proceeds will be used to cripple children. Remember in prayer the many who are sick of our community.

Smile at someone who is hard to love. Say "Hell" to someone who doesn't care much about you. Craig asked us to read this excerpt at the Paradox retreat a few weekends ago.

It shouldn't matter if my path has a foreseeable purpose. The only thing that matters is that I am walking, running perhaps hiding?

The thing I need to concern myself with is locating God as I walk. Not His purpose, not His end game for me, but the here and now that I pass along the way to whatever finish line, hill tops, and valleys God chooses to present me with.

Asking God why seems a conditional faith. It doesn't matter why. It doesn't matter why my childhood was what it was.

It doesn't matter why Kenny died the way he did. What matters is that God gave me these things, not so that I would question Him, but so that I could more easily find him.

It would be too difficult to see Him if I did not need Him as I do. God created me very much with a reckless spirit of independence.

Of course there must be situations in my life where He reminds me that I desperately need Him. He gave me the great power that I must constantly give back to him.

Yet again, here I go looking for logic. Here I sit writing out God's purpose for me on His path. The truth is, I long for direction and explanation.

I want someone else to drive, but the relinquishing of even a small amount of control forces that annoying question out of me: 'So where are we going?

What really matters is that God is driving, and I'm sitting next to Him. Better if I were blind, so I couldn't see the distractions ahead and ask where we're going.

Perhaps then I wouldn't be so blind to the fact that God doesn't care for that question, and when he deems it necessary that I know our direction, He tells me before I can even think to ask.

Why do I feel I need to demonstrate how little I trust Him? Why am I so eager to display my ignorance? I wish he didn't have to break my legs to keep me from running away.

And when I'm scraping my elbows as I crawl away to hide from Him, no one is more ashamed than me.

I won't deny it. I've long been a fan of Mel Gibson, even had an understanding with Matt that if Mel ever finally came knocking on my door Matt would understand!

We have things in common: he has 7 kids, I'm the youngest of 7; he was born on January 3, which is the same day my sister Evelyn was born.

I think that's all I was going on for a while there Anyway, I've been a big fan of his work in film. I love that every character he plays has a bit of that Mel insanity burning in their eyes, and often spilling out in speech or gesture.

I've seen that look in his own eyes during interviews. He has a nervous energy about him, which I'm sure he can channel in positive ways.

As long as you've been connected to reality in some way, you've heard about Mr. Gibson's recent press. He was out one evening, succumbed to his youthful ways of alcohol consumption, drove his car while intoxicated, was pulled over by officers, and was recorded spewing profanities and anti-Semitic remarks from his mouth.

Mel was arrested on DUI charges, and I don't dispute that one bit. His blood alcohol level was elevated and an open liquor container was found in his vehicle.

The subject of all the debate is the remarks he made about the Jewish people, that they're "responsible for all the wars in the world. That's an obvious point.

The debate is whether Mel is anti-Semitic or not. Some say he wouldn't have said those things if he didn't truly believe them in his heart.

Some say he was just rambling stupidities while intoxicated and that's not who Mel really is. I don't personally know him, so I can't give any valid opinion on if I think he meant it or not.

What I do know are some things I've learned about his father, Hutton Gibson , and his views on the Jews. He has not been a quiet man about his thoughts and opinions, and is even noted as being a denier of the Holocaust.

One site quotes him saying, "I don't know what the Jewish agenda is except that it's all about control. They're after one world religion and one world government.

Maybe what Mel said was just those mantras coming from his youth, or maybe he honestly believes some of it.

I'll never truly know. I can say that I hope he gets the proper counseling that he's seeking, and that he can come to terms with himself for himself, not for the world.

I'll finish with this last point. Tuesday I was listening to a bit of Bob Dutko on His twist on it caught my attention.

A drunk celebrity makes a horrible statement about Jewish people and there's a ton of publicity, with people questioning his character and putting his reputation and some say his career on the line.

Yet there's been many occasions where Christians using the term loosely, of course have been the doormat and no one is held accountable for stepping on them.

Take a look at this painting in which the artist, Chris Ofili, threw elephant dung on his painting of Mary he calls it "The Holy Virgin Mary".

Or how about this "art" by photographer Andres Serrano. It's a jar of the artist's urine with a small crucifix submerged in it. This won an award. This one seemed to stir up a bit more controversy than the elephant poo story did, but I still hadn't heard of it until Bob Dutko mentioned it.

Many consider these as blasphemy, but they're usually attributed to freedom of speech or "art". It just seems that out of all religions known to man, they're all considered sacred and off-limits to persecution in any manner Do you have any personal experiences with this?

When we first began Paradox I remember thinking, "we're doing it the easy way by not moving across the country".

Well, two weeks ago my nephew; Landon Hood died on a Thursday afternoon just before our last preview service.

The whole experience from hospital to funeral was horrible. I saw and felt pain that I do not know how to describe. The most difficult moment for me was when my brother-in-law asked me to help carry the casket.

When you carry a two foot long casket to it's grave, your perspective will begin to change on a lot of things. As I have been examining my life to see if I am really living for the what truly matters I have found many things and much energy that is wasted; daily.

It's now that I realize that planting a church across the country isn't harder; it's just a different cost. The difficulty is that these time takers will still be right there not across the country and the decision to say no to them will probably be an ongoing process.

There are no limits. There are only plateaus, and you must not stay there, you must go beyond them. For many of us, returning to the office means adopting new habits: Sanitizing our hands before and after touching objects, practicing physical distancing by staying six feet away from others, limiting the number of people in offices and boardrooms… the list goes on.

Today, we're going to look at the five key aspects of physical wellbeing so that you can use this knowledge as a foundation for building long-term healthy habits in the "new normal".

From the air we breathe to the food we eat, the clothes we wear to the shelters in which we reside, nature is what grants us the luxury of living on this planet we all call home.

Beyond the intrinsic good of caring for our planet, it's in our best interest to do so. So what do we need to do to ensure our planet's health for generations to come, both as individuals and organizations?

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These are truly unprecedented times for everyone. We know staying home, whether for self-quarantine or social distancing purposes, is the right thing to do to help stop the spread.

During these times, mindset plays a vital role in getting through this pandemic, both physically and mentally. In a remote northern corridor of Alberta, Paradox worked around the clock to build an kilometre access road for a large North American energy company.

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