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Friends and Partners

As a child, I kept a close friend who, in some respects, was closer than my little brother. Eric Tucker and I were inseparable as we grew from tiny tikes to terrible teens. But as we grew into young adults, our lives naturally took a curve. We still remained close, ...

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Pennies or Quarters?

“When it comes to friends, I’d rather have 4 quarters than 100 pennies.” When my children were growing up, I taught them to value their true friends, and to be a true friend themselves. They learned that true, lasting friendships were often mingled in with many acquaintances, and even a ...

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“You’ve Got a Friend” Movie Review

Isaiah 30:19-20(NKJV)—19) You shall weep no more. He will be very gracious to you at the sound of your cry; when He hears it, He will answer you. 20) And though the Lord gives you the Bread of adversity and the Water of affliction, Yet your teachers will not be ...

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“Smitty” Movie Review

Proverbs 17:17(NKJV)—A friend loves at all times, And a brother is born for adversity. Proverbs 18:24(NKJV)—A man who has friends must himself be friendly, But there is a friend who sticks closer than a brother. This is a good family movie that shows how a loyal dog can help reach ...

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“Miracle of the Widow” Movie Review

This heart-gripping movie was released in theaters in June of 2009. It isn’t rated, but it is probably best for ages twelve and above. I don’t think this story would hold younger children’s interest. Ruth Zeller is a kind, aging Christian widow and a survivor of the Holocaust. Her business ...

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