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Poetry

The Blessings of Spring, and Every Day

“For, lo, the winter is past, the rain is over and gone; The flowers appear on the earth; the time of the singing of birds is come, and the voice of the turtle is heard in our land” Song of Solomon 2: 11-12 KJV

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Blogging Faith Graduate The Resurrection of Christ Youth Ministry

Conspiracy Theory or Not?

I do love a good conspiracy theory. As I’m studying a postgraduate degree in criminal investigation, I’m very keen on having many hypothesis and theories when researching a case that has multiple conclusions, so that each can be eliminated to find the right answer.

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World Missions

What is a Day in the Life of a Poverty-Stricken Child Really Like?

WILLS POINT, TX — Gospel for Asia (GFA) — Discussing the state of a billion children in the world who live in extreme poverty who are worth every effort and measure to be given love, care, education — a Bridge of Hope. The world has more than 7 billion people. More than 2 billion of […]

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Urban Ministry

Curing Openhomeaphobia. The Debilitating Fear of Hospitality.

Open-home-a-phobic, noun (op-en-hom-a-fo-bick) From Latin phobicus; Greek phobikos; 1. Someone terrified to open his or her home to guests. 2. Someone filled with anxiety due to the overwhelming feelings that his or her home is not good enough for company, the rooms not large enough, the food not tasty enough. 3. Someone who panics at […]

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Outreach

6 Reasons Why Humility Is Necessary in the Lord’s Work

Make no mistake about it, there is no greater joy than working in the Lord’s service. Nor is there a calling in which we will receive more criticism, resistance and opposition–even more so than being an appointee to the United States Supreme Court! 1. To set aside our personal desires requires humility. Romans chapter 12 […]

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Evangelical Atheism: Evangelical in Word, Atheists at Heart

Years ago, friends and I experimented with designing listening groups. These small groups with three or four participants met once a month for seven months. Basically, we listened to one another for two hours. After a time of centering prayer where we became stilled and focused, the first person would begin and share where he or […]

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Culture Stories

Taquarius Wair – My Physical Disability Doesn’t Hold Me Back

Inspiring story of Taquarius Wair – a high school football player who was burn over 55% of his body. Taquarius never gave up on his dream to play and is playing college football next year!

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Culture Poems Poetry

I’m here

I’m here, poem by Dorothy E. Young

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Culture Faith Technology

Godinterest: A Return to the Web of Old, While Pushing the Internet Forward

A Return to the Web of Old, While Pushing the Internet Forward

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Arts & Literature Poems

‘Be Still and Know’

Christian poem: ‘Be Still and Know’ by Jacqui Julyan