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He Loves Us Enough

It was likely scarlet fever that brought Anne Mansfield Sullivan into Helen Keller’s life. Helen was a perfectly healthy baby from her birth in 1880 until her nineteenth month, when she contracted the grave illness that would steal her sight and hearing away. By age 7, Helen was quite wild ...

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Classrooms, Cafeterias, and … Puppy Rooms?

Schools are made up of many rooms.  There are classrooms, lecture halls, study halls, activity rooms, meeting rooms, gymnasiums, cafeterias, music rooms, drama centers …  There are also work rooms, both for teachers and for the field of study classes, such as wood shop, or home economics.  Science has its ...

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Chaos: The Result of Rejecting Divine Authority

Ancient legends over four thousand years old tell of a mythical dragon warring against good.  The legends say the sea-dwelling beast, named from the Biblical creature, Leviathan, must be conquered for God to create or sustain life.  Legendarily, the dragon embodies the concept of rejecting divine authority.  Various Scriptural accounts ...

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Christopher Duffley – Imperfectly Awesome Child

Just recently, by His Holy Spirit, God has been impressing upon me that everything, yes, everything, has a purpose in His plan.  Even the most seemingly unfair, tragic, or puzzling happenings – big and small – have a part.  Somehow, all of it works together fitting perfectly into His great ...

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