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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.

Guilt “Giving” in Christian Organizations

Sow a seed… Give a donation… Drop a free-will offering… These seem to be the only phrases I hear echoing on every program broadcast, on every Christian television network or organization. They always seem to be desperately in need of financial help. To make matters worse, they always beg for ...

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How to Be Real In a World That Embraces All Things False

We have been bamboozled into believing that fake is better. We seem to have no reservations about pretending to be someone or something we’re not. Let’s face it, the society we live in today hardly encourages us to embrace our true self and be genuine. There are so many options ...

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“I Can Do It Too”: A Future of Men with Wombs

Seems like we women are trapped in a game of “I Can Do It Too” with the opposite sex. It started when society decided to associate girls with the color pink. Then men wanted the color too. So, we said okay. Since a color is just a color, men you ...

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How to Keep Your Thanksgiving Feast Healthy

Trans fat and your heart are like oil and vinegar, they just don’t mix. This fat raises bad cholesterol levels while lowering the good ones. It also increases your risk of heart disease, and ultimately sends you tumbling down to an early grave. Trans fat is mostly found in partially ...

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Looking For Old Treasures

“C’mon Ma you have got to try it” I pleaded to my elderly Mother. I don’t know how my Mother lasted this long without ever using the internet, but enough was enough! I thought. “Ok” she said reluctantly settling down by the computer and slowly putting on her reading glasses ...

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