Kool Aid

18 Feb 19
Aplus Writing

THE GREAT DEPRESSION   By Richard Cummings This is a short historical story to remind us of our ancestors’ plight. The Great Depression began in 1929 and ended in 1939. The Americans affected included families, men, women, and children. The cause was directly related to the stock market expansion resulting in its collapse. Also, a severe […]

18 Feb 19
Listen Up Missy

Rory Gilmore is and always has been my inspiration for life itself and set a goal that I can complete. I want to get to know more classics. As I read I will change the title to a link and add the date of which I completed. LETS GO!! 1. 1984 by George Orwell 2. Adventures of Huckleberry […]

18 Feb 19
lvzpage

Why do we follow our leaders? Be it in our government or in the Church? It seems so many times we are loyal to some of the most unworthy individuals. Why did Christian people follow Jim Jones to the point of drinking the poison Kool-Aid.  I think of the Nixon years and we now know […]

18 Feb 19
phiferblog

“Family is everything.” But family idolatry is still idolatry. What’s family idolatry? These are some elements of it: 1. Social life consists almost exclusively of family-related events: birthday parties, Sunday dinner at Mom’s, holidays large and small celebrated with just family, reunions, anniversaries, christenings/baptisms/dedications, outings (zoo, museum, picnics, day trips, & vacations short and long). […]

18 Feb 19
Edit - Write - Teach

February 17, 2018 Creating Characters Mini Class – 2         Sidekick and Secondary Characters Secondary characters in one form are hardly noticeable. They’re the waitress—who may be flip or quirky—that fills a gap in a scene but serves no other purpose. That same waitress may or may not have a speaking part. If […]