A few days after I attended the première of Blitz Bazawule’s new film, “The Burial of Kojo” at Silverbird Cinemas, West Hills Mall, a couple of people who had also seen it brought it up in conversation with me. One called the movie “Okay; not amazing,” and I was astounded. Another remarked that although he’d […]
Ezekiel Prophesied Israel’s Rebirth Specifically Foretelling It Ezekiel 37: 18-28: “When your people ask you, ‘Won’t you tell us what you mean by this?’ 19 say to them, ‘This is what the Sovereign Lord says: I am going to take the stick of Joseph—which is in Ephraim’s hand—and of the Israelite tribes associated with him, and join it to […]
Part two of our January itinerary is posted! What’s your favorite thing to do at Epcot?
While JAY-Z isn’t in the hallway all day he still has his ear to the streets. He has chosen his favorite tracks of 2018 and some of the choices might take you by surprise.
Let’s take a walking heritage tour of Oslo, Norway. We’ll see the city of Olso, the harbor and waterfront, excavated Viking ships, historic Norwegian villages, the Sami people and the Museum of Cultural History. Yes, Oslo has all that…and more. But first, let’s talk about the Vikings, their history and why you might just care – as in personally. The Vikings […]
“This would be the only wall on earth that would split a continent.” – Jennifer Miller, co-author and senior scientist at Defenders of Wildlife Remind your legislators that this is a non-negotiable issue. For those legislators who don’t care about the the lives of people or the environment, remind them that they can be replaced. […]
CHAPTER ONE (THE ARRIVAL) The children were still sound asleep, there was tranquility, no movements as it was deep in the night when some noises started coming from the kings palace, one could assume the king, Obong Etim had died also, because he had fallen sick shortly after his wife, Obongawan idara had passed on […]
Kristen Bor, the founder of Barefoot Theory, opens up about working on the road and how to make the #vanlife viable.
When God gave his everlasting covenant of land to Abraham, as first described in Genesis 15:18 and later reaffirmed to Isaac and still later to Jacob, it amounted to the only land grant that ever came from God Himself. But the promise extended beyond mere land: the land was to be filled with the […]
We must always give thanks to God for you, because your faith is growing abundantly, and the love of everyone of you for one another is increasing. In the wilderness prepare the way of the Lord, make straight in the desert a highway for our God. Isaiah 40:3 INVITATORY AND PSALTER Lord, open our lips. […]
The sale of Canada to centralized power; communist one world government Early 90s: Bev Collins, from Ottawa, Ontario is a researcher, writer and public speaker. When Brian Mulroney was Prime Minister in Canada, Bev worked in the scientific community where she observed massive corruption in the Canadian government. Billions of $ worth of military contracts, […]
2) The event I did for my project was called flip it. For the event you placed a off-brand solo cup halfway off the table and use two fingers to flip it, so that it lands upside down on the side where you would drink out of. The goal of the game was to try […]
Author: William Todd Narrator: Ben Werling Length: 2 hours 38 muntes Publisher: William Todd Released: Oct. 16, 2018 Genre: Mystery While on a well-deserved holiday in the Lake District to get away from the toils and troubles of London, Holmes and Watson find no respite. As soon as they exit the train, they hear news […]
I spent the afternoon at the Peanuts exhibition at Somerset House with my Dad, although we ended up going around separately as we react differently in museums. I read faster than he does and I skip a lot of the audio-visual displays whereas he is more interested in those, so I went round a lot faster […]
The best perks of traveling for me– beyond the sights and tastes, beyond the bucket list of experiences and adventures—is connecting (and now reconnecting) with friends. My teaching career has given me many gifts, but perhaps the most valuable is the network of international friends I have around the globe. In these final weeks of […]
December 2016 – January 2017 I know a lot of people were included in my original emails for this trip, but for those that haven’t seen all my photos this is a good place to start. Myanmar was only reopened to tourism back in 2011, so things are still being set up for us foreigners. […]