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Margie's Stuff: Collections of Essays, Audio Recordings, and Recipes by Margie Haack spacer Margie's Stuff: Collections of Essays, Audio Recordings, and Recipes by Margie Haack
BY: Margie Haack
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"Margie's Stuff" is a new sub-site of Ransom Fellowship that gives access to her work and writing: enter here


If you came to Toad Hall and let me invite you in for coffee, (or whatever drink you seriously favor, no limits, honest) Iíd pull a pan of cranberry scones from the oven and take you to the back porch to sit in the sunshine; we could then listen and talk to one another about things that matter to the heart. Sure, Iím keen on relationships, recipes, broken world, best books, music and jokes. But our talk wouldnít be all girly-girly either, because I enjoy more than chocolate and crocheting. I love the androgynous, like stone walls and theology and guns.


Since itís not likely that youíll make it to our door, this sub-site for Ransom Fellowship is a gathering of what Iíve written over the years. Two main themes seem to motivate me: First, that Christianity and the love of Christ can make a true difference to everyday life. And if it doesnít? Letís bail. And second, how can my desire to take you in, feed you and love you be authentically expressed through the written word in an age of technology and social media? (Iím still working on that.)


Margieís Stuff has been developed with the help of Ethan Calvert, a software guy who patiently worked with a design cretin Ė me. Anita Gorder, Ransomís Resident Assistant, has been tirelessly formatting and posting. Denis, my husband, is a constant advocate for my writing. As we continue working on this site, we hope you will give us feedback and that you will enjoy finding whatís funny, whatís holy, whatís suffering in everyday life.


Click here to enter the site http://margie.ransomfellowship.org






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Margie Haack
Margie Haack with her husband, Denis, are co-directors of Ransom Fellowship, a ministry helping Christians engage postmodern culture in ways that are both authentic to the Christian faith and winsome in its expression. Margie is the author of The Exact Place, blogs at toadsdrinkcoffee.blogspot.com, and is editor of a quarterly newsletter, Notes From Toad Hall, where she writes about being faithful in the ordinary and the everyday. She is also a columnist for Comment Magazine, a grandmother, a lazy gardener, and a chocolate freak.
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