Encouragement

25 Jun 19

It’s been one busy month, so I’m afraid this post will be a little shy of my normal amount of suggested reading. I hope you enjoy the ones listed. INSPIRATION I’m no activist, but “How to stop human trafficking? Stop watching porn, Game of Thrones, activist says” on the Fox News site is a great […]

25 Jun 19
The Investigator 📰🔬

David Whitworth | @DCWh1tw0rth LEEUWARDEN – An Olympic swimmer made history in Friesland by completing a marathon 121 mile swimming challenge for cancer research recently.   Dutchman Maarten van der Weijden wrote himself into the record books after completing the gruelling 121 mile (195km) ‘Elfstedentocht’ (Eleven cities race) through the waters of the province of […]

25 Jun 19
Green Pastures

A good Christian woman I know is asking for prayer. Let’s call her ‘Naomi’. She is in her fifties. She is a single mother to her two children. She is working very hard to give her children a better life than she had. She has been recently diagnosed with cancer. She prays for supernatural healing. […]

25 Jun 19
Part Time Adult

You can take all the measures of prevention but some things simply can’t be avoided, and this applies to young people and drug use. Criminalising drug possession acts as a deterrent but not a cure, still people are willing to take the chance of getting in trouble to heighten their Saturday night. I spoke to […]

25 Jun 19
GrepBeat

[Editor’s Note: Campus Corner is a new feature in which one of the four major Triangle universities—UNC-Chapel Hill, Duke, NC State and NC Central—will feature someone from its entrepreneurial community, anyone from an alum founder to an investor to a professor to a live mascot. Though probably not a mascot. This first edition is from […]

25 Jun 19
Click Inc

In the initial days, Instagram used to be just a simple platform for sharing different photographs and videos on a global level. With the due course of time, it has turned into a great place for influencers to promote different brands and images. The site has more than 800 million active users who post over […]

25 Jun 19
Females.Engineers.Trailblazers

Hi everybody, and welcome back to The 10 Percent! We want to start this post off by saying that we can’t even begin to thank everyone for the outpouring of support we’ve received since our blog went live. We deeply appreciate all of the shares, supportive comments, and encouragement that we have received over the […]

25 Jun 19
Indie Author

Chapter One While the war may quell, tempers will rage still. And a new generation of saviours will rise. The messenger’s less than delicate steps broke the vampire king’s concentration and he paused, forcing a lull in the blood flow from the vein of the girl in his arms. Sensing the desire for his full […]

25 Jun 19
Worldly Saints

Is the Bible Good for Women? by Wendy Alsup (published by Multnomah, 2012). 212 pages. What a joy and encouragement to read this book! Alsup deals with “sticky” questions with clarity and conviction. Her hermeneutic of studying Scripture in its context sheds light on all the passages she references dealing with biblical womanhood. She also […]

25 Jun 19
I Am My Father's Daughter

Do you believe in miracles? That is to say, do you believe that God, the All Powerful, Omnipotent God, can create worlds, can defy his own laws of nature and make things happen that simply shouldn’t? I would venture to say that most of us have either personally witnessed or heard accounts of people who […]

25 Jun 19
Monica Bard

Hello summer! The days are sunny and hot, so you’re off to the swimming pool. Do you jump in and get soaked from head to toe? Or, do you prefer to ease in, getting your toes wet first? Summer is a time for backyard BBQ’s, family reunions and other gatherings. How do you feel walking […]

25 Jun 19
Unbothered Black Girl Collective

The Black Women and Creativity interview series is focused on inspiring Black women to tap into their creativity capacity. Our intention is to talk to one hundred Black women, from all walks of life, to share their advice on the creative process. Elizabeth Elie, also known as Lizzie G, is the CEO and President of […]

25 Jun 19

Daily Encouragement

“You see, at just the right time, when we were still powerless, Christ died for the ungodly.  Very rarely will anyone die for a righteous person, though for a good person someone might possibly dare to die.  But God demonstrates his own love for us in this: While we were still sinners, Christ died for […]

25 Jun 19
Porter C. Taylor

The Eucharistic life is not for the faint of heart. We go back to the Altar weekly to partake of Christ’s self-oblation that we might receive spiritual nourishment and encouragement for the pilgrimage.