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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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The Race Against Racism

Over the past few days the issue of racism has been on my mind.  I don’t think it was random, and I believe God put it there for a reason.  I mean, this is some serious stuff.  Just the other day, I remember reading about GAP being in hot water ...

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Does Prayer Remind God or Us?

When we pray, we are intimately connected to God, and while we ask for His help, ask for others’ frailties and quietly listen for His answers, we are one. Prayer is a complicated business. Sometimes when we think of it and talk about it, it seems it sometimes generates more ...

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Inspiring YA Book That Everyone Should Read

Amos Fortune, Elizabeth Yates, freedom, slavery, YA read

“Hate could do that to a man, Amos thought, consume him and leave him smoldering. But he was a free man, and free at a great cost, and he would not put himself in bondage again.” Amos Fortune, Free Man by Elizabeth Yates is a story not to be missed. ...

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Bringing Awareness of Human Trafficking in the U.S.

You may be familiar with stories of human trafficking in countries like Thailand, Cambodia, or India. I recently attended a conference on human trafficking, and I was shocked to learn that this unimaginable crime is happening right where I live. Actually, human trafficking is happening in all 50 states! In ...

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