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Trust the Potter

Remember opening a new can of Play-Doh?  The first thing most of us remember about the childhood delight is its smell. It was a can of colorful fun, a rite of passage for our little hands–and noses!   The soft, unusually-scented, brightly colored doughs were fun to form into shapes using ...

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Identifying the Adversary in a Nation Gone Bonkers

What has happened to America? No, What has happened to the “United” States of America? Aren’t we supposed to be united? Isn’t that how we progress? Isn’t it supposed to be “United We Stand, Divided We Fall” or does this not apply anymore? I have so many questions about the ...

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A Racist’s Testimony to God’s Transforming Power

Proverbs 16: 6 Through love and faithfulness sin is atoned for;  through the fear of the LORD a man avoids evil.   I say in anger: You will not truly feel the pain of the despised until you feel your own pain of being despised. But Abba Father God gently ...

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