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Denise Ferrell

Denise Ferrell
Denise is a Registered Nurse, married, and has lived in Alabama all of her life. She has been a Christian for more than 40 years and has studied Prophecy for over 25 years. She writes devotionals for Faithwriters (www.faithwriters.com). She also writes for TGGmag ('Tween Girls and God online magazine for girls age 9-12). She desires to share Christ with others through her writing and is looking forward to the soon return of our Lord Jesus Christ.

A Sweet Alternative – Monk Fruit

If you’re interested in a healthy natural sweetener to substitute for a portion of your dietary sugar, you may want to consider monk fruit (also called luo han guo, or lo han kuo). From the perennial vine Siraitia grosvenori grown in southern China, this melon-like green fruit is said to ...

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Daniel’s Diet in Babylon

Book of Daniel: Enter King Nebuchadnezzar of Babylon. Nebuchadnezzar is looking for the “cream of the crop” from among those captured earlier in Jerusalem. He has orderd the chief official to select the strongest, most handsome, intelligent young men for training, preferably from Israel’s royalty and nobility. They will possess ...

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Can Our Brain Benefit from Cursive Handwriting?

The use of cursive handwriting has slowly declined since the 1970’s. It is seldom taught in our schools today. Although it is no longer included in the Common Core State Standards curriculum, teachers can make a decision on a local level as to whether or not to teach their students ...

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Manuka Honey – More Than a Sweet Confection

Native to the drier areas of New Zealand and southeast Australia, the Manuka tree (Leptospermum scoparium) is a small evergreen shrub bearing pretty white flowers. Manuka honey is one of its most valuable assets. It is also known as “tea tree” because of its use in making a tea – ...

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Diabetes and Hypothyroidism Connection

According to the 2014 National Diabetes Statistics Report (CDC), there are 29.1 million people (9.3% of the population) in the United States who have diabetes – 21 million diagnosed, 8.1 million undiagnosed. But did you know that some of the symptoms of diabetes and hypothyroidism can mimic each other? These ...

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