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Posts by Sarah Eshleman

Prone To Wander…

and Maybe It’s Not Such a Bad Thing One day when I was 15, I went to work with my dad to install cabinets at a client’s house. We drove 30 minutes to the foot of the Blue Ridge Mountains in South Carolina where the little cottage sat back off the road, surrounded by trees.…

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In Defense of Darkness

Sarah Eshleman

God created the world in darkness before He turned on the light. Maybe He wanted to see a show. Maybe He wanted the first act of His drama to represent the coming one—the epic battle of light and darkness, the brilliance of heaven and despair of hell. But in the beginning, God looked at the…

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Weighing In On High-Fat Diets and God’s High Ways

You’ll have to forgive me: when I heard the prompt for this month was wait, I immediately pictured my bathroom scales. You see, about two months ago I started a new dietary lifestyle, the ketogenic diet. It’s a low carb and high fat program meant to lure your body away from sugars, giving it a…

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Metamorphasis

I once witnessed a butterfly sliding head first out of its chrysalis. It struggled for an hour, pressing its wings against the confining shell as it wiggled millimeters at a time toward freedom. Finally, it emerged enough to grasp the casing and pull itself up to a leaf where it sat opening and closing its…

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