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Opting for some easier fall renovations

Guest post written by Max White
This summer I took on way too many hard projects around the house. It was just a little bit crazy. I think that my biggest mistake was probably trying to build a deck on the back of our house by myself. That took about every free moment that I had this summer and I just now wrapped it up last weekend.

I've been in the mood for a home project that won't require too much work on my part, so I went online to look up some info on help for that kind of stuff. I found the site and after I looked through that some I decided to use them to install our new windows.

Our windows have been drafty for a few years now and we decided that we should just replace them instead of playing a higher power bill. So that's exactly what we're having done in one week. I think those extra bucks that we might save with widows that don't heat the outdoors will definitely be welcome around the holidays.

Why God Matters :: Book Review

Why God Matters, is an easy read. This 2011 Christian Small Publisher Book of the Year is insightful for recognizing God in your daily life.

Each of the fourteen chapters contains a life lesson,  as well as documenting the author so you recognize the voice and opinion you are reading.

While the Bible can answer many of one’s religious questions, it often raises many as well. Why God Matters can serve as a great start for someone questioning faith and how God relates to our daily lives delivering content in a more topic relevant form. 

"Each chapter gives an open-minded reader a dose of faith as an active element of a normal Christian's life anecdotes that pose real-life challenges recognizable as something you might discuss with a friend or pastor at your church over coffee and doughnuts. Call it comfortable theology." - Elizabeth Rackover, Catholic News Service

"By seeing the ongoing process of becoming holy in ordinary circumstances touched by God, readers are encouraged to be more aware of their faith journey and the ways God speaks to them. The best way to use this book would be on a retreat, coupled with journaling and prayer, taking one chapter a day." - Mary Lynne Rapien, St. Anthony Messenger (

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