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Amelia

Amelia
Amelia Brown is from the beautiful island of Jamaica. She is a 28 year old Guidance Counselor by profession, but a passionate writer at heart. Most of her articles written are aimed at stimulating positive change under the guidance of the Holy Spirit. She is also a published poet and a member of Faithwriters. Outside of writing, she enjoys volunteering, cooking, and turning frowns right side up. Amelia currently lives in New York.

The Sabbath: A Day of Food and Fellowship

Undoubtedly, the Sabbath day brings blessings. For me, as a Seventh Day Adventist, it’s a day of fellowship as well as a day of feasting. Good food always goes well with fellowship. We don’t always get to spend time with our family at the dinner table, but when we go ...

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Camping: An Excellent Way to Experience God Personally

When you have gone to all the summer parties, visited all the theme parks, and have hosted one too many backyard barbeques, it’s time to go camping. You might not have thought about camping, but it’s actually a wonderful weekend activity. It can be a fun adventure with lots of ...

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We All Need a Real Friend

“No man is an island, no man stands alone.” God created us as social beings, so it’s clear that everyone needs a friend. We cannot make it on our own. When our creator made Adam, He saw that it was not good for him to be lonely, so He created ...

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3 Great Reasons to Laugh & Play Hard As a Couple

Praying for rain-less days in relationships is like wishing we’ll never get thirsty—it just won’t happen. Every relationship have seasons, a time to laugh and a time to cry. (Ecclesiastes 3:4) But in some relationships, there is more crying than laughing. That’s not cool. In such a relationship, happiness is ...

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Christianity, Magic, and the Deceiver

Abracadabra! This is a famous word associated with the use of magic. It’s said to mean “I create as I speak.” In a child’s world, magic is something that’s fun and amazing. But at that stage they’re experimenting with princes and princesses, unicorns, monsters, fairy-godmothers and magic wands. They are ...

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