Becoming Neighbors

What, exactly, is a neighbor?  Is just the people who happen to occupy the housing next to yours?  Is it the folks across the street?  Are they friends?  Do we ever see neighbors? Let’s face it:  our housing, especially in Southern California, is designed to keep us safe in our personal cocoons.  In the morning, […]

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Dia De Las Artes

Casa Blanca Library in collaboration with the Mad St. Arts Collaborative & the people of Casa Blanca presents Día de las Artes a daylong celebration of the neighborhood THROUGH THE ARTS . . . bring the whole family for food, fun, and art! See, watch, and make art all day long! AUGUST 9th | 9a-9p […]

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Watershed Discipleship

God has been leading me deeper into watersheds, particularly the Santa Ana Watershed that I live in.   It covers 2,650 square miles and is the largest watershed in southern California.  Almost 5 million people live within its boundaries,  depending on it as the source of domestic water, wastewater management, flood control and for disposal of urban […]

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Día de las Artes: un error artístico

Translated from an article in Vida Latina from San Diego. On Saturday, August 9th, the neighborhood of Casa Blanca in Riverside celebrated “Dia de Las Artes.” Largely the product of one’s man original plan to bring arts into the community, the event showcased pieces that stem from a long collaboration with the people of the […]

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