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Voluntary Engagement Without Verbal Abuse

How do followers of Christ engage in the political environment and avoid the risk of being drawn into the vitriol that now permeates all media formats? Is it even possible? Unlike many, I do enjoy a good debate important issues and public values. I have no interest, however, in a ...

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The Blessings Of Waiting On God’s Best

My cat is a thinker.  She understands a lot of words and gestures.  I have even seen her reasoning to solve a problem.  For example, when she spies a stray cat slinking towards the side of the house, she knows that if she runs to the window on that side ...

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If Government Is To Keep Order, Why All The Chaos?

Authorities–the earthly “powers that be”–isn’t their purpose to maintain order in this world filled with sinful people roaming the earth? Laws are established to create civilized societies, yet we are driving 100 miles an hour toward a world of barbarism. Instead of establishing and keeping order, many appointed and elected ...

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Beauty, Fame and Fortune

When I was a little girl, all the things I dreamt for my future seemed very exciting, let me tell you, I was a big dreamer.  Someone must have told me I could do or be anything, and I believed it.  I had a nice list. Basically it amounted to being beautiful, being well-off ...

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Lessons from the Island of Berk

Every movie has an agenda with lessons to teach and lessons you can learn regardless of what it intended to teach. For better or worse, here are 8 lessons I found within the movie, “How to Train Your Dragon 2”.   Worldly Lessons 1. “Independence” (depending only on yourself without ...

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