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John Clark

John Livingston Clark is 74 years of age and lives in central Washington State. He has written two published books, and two published poems. His initial book is called, " God's Healing Hope: Breaking the Strongholds of Wrong Thinking." His second book, released in December of 2016, is a motivational book written to seniors titled, " Seniors: Are You Retiring or Recharging?" Both books are available on amazon. You can also view his writings on www.faithwriters.com. His “Poem For Senior Citizens” is in the 5th spot on FW.

“Son of God” Helps Low Income Families

“Son of God” Helps Low Income Families BY John Livingston Clark Sometimes what goes on behind the scenes is more significant than what is being watched on the screen. This is certainly the case with the “Son of God.” Even though it has been controversial, the actions of a few ...

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Meredith Andrew’s Success Story

Meredith Andrews’ Success Story BY John Livingston Clark The Bible: Son of God tour will begin in Lake Forest, California, on March 20, and will be held in 16 cities through April 12. It is a promotional for ”Son of God” and will include music from both the movie and ...

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Homosexuality: One Man’s Battle

Homosexuality: One Man’s Battle BY John Livingston Clark Homosexuality has gained ground at an alarming rate. It is now considered acceptable by 70 percent of the younger generation and has become a culture within a culture. There is a gay Bible called the New Queen James Version. There is a ...

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The “Cross Walk”

THE “CROSS WALK” By John Livingston Clark At ground zero in New York City there is a legal battle over a 17-foot cross-shaped beam that was excavated from the rubble. It is to be used as a memorial for those who lost their lives in 9/11, but atheists are fighting ...

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Chick-Fil-A Saves the Day

Chick-Fil-A Saves The Day By John Livingston Clark On January 28, 2014, Birmingham, Alabama was hit by a rare snow storm. The city was not prepared. Drivers were stranded in their cars for up to seven hours, with no food or water. Freeways were like a parking lot. Mark Meadows, ...

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