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The occasion for this letter is the departure of two of our much loved pastors on the Plateau. Bruce Thweat and Peter Little will soon be leaving their churches here to pursue other ministry.
Community Events, August 2015
My twist – Coconut Orange Muffins with Chocolate Chips using the NEW Bob’s Red Mill Gluten-Free Muffin Mix! I am so excited about the NEW Gluten-Free Bob’s Red Mill Muffin Mix! It is so easy to use, just add a few ingredients to the mix – eggs, milk, butter or oil, mix it and...
Well it’s official, I have found my new favorite slightly sweet and savory, nutty, chocolate bar by Food Should Taste Good, aka FSTG. The new Real Good bars are – Hazelnut Sea Salt and Macadamia Chai. This is exciting news because both bars are certified Gluten-Free, NON-GMO, low salt, certified Kosher and use Fair Trade cocoa....
I have few confessions to make. First, I need to confess that I’ve messed up. I’m aiming for the middle of the road here, a practical confession. By “middle of the road,” I mean that I want to avoid the extreme of excusing myself (Hey, I only acted on natural impulses, right?), while also avoiding the other extreme of burying myself in self-condemnation (a.k.a. “I’ll never be able to get anything right!”). It’s striking how quickly these childish responses can step in to divert my path away from effective confession.
Some thoughts after reading the City Council workshop meeting notes of May 2, 2015. Notes regarding the Thomas farm property located next to state Route 410 on the outskirts of Enumclaw. There was another meeting on July 6 regarding this same purpose. People could attend the meeting but there was no opportunity to comment, hence this letter to the editor.