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Lessons in the Letters

They came almost weekly while we were growing up, letters from our dad. Typed on an antique typewriter, they always started with the same salutation: “How are my two best girls?” They were filled mostly with questions to my sister and me, assuring a return letter would arrive in Dad’s ...

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Visual Communication in Church

Originally, the main source of worship in church came from listening to the musical instruments and singing songs. And the pastor’s sole means of delivering sermons was verbal communication. What do these things have in common? They are all audio methods. Our visual information-gathering skills have become more acute over ...

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Pillow Talk

Intimacy draws two people together. It is the result of a close familiarity or friendship that brings about a deep personal connection. Genuine intimacy brings comfort, satisfaction, and peace of mind. While intimacy can be achieved almost anywhere, the most common area is the bedroom. After all, it is the ...

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