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23 Apr 19
Matthan's Miracle

What a beautiful time of year it is in West Virginia when spring fully envelopes into new life and we celebrate the New Life possible through the resurrection of Jesus, our Lord and Savior!!! The daffodils have all bloomed, beautiful dogwoods and redbuds and are full with their pastel petals, trees all over are budding, […]

23 Apr 19
Sunday's Shrunk Sermon (and Other Bits of Whatnot)

Is the God we meet in the Bible a God of justice? In being gracious and merciful, does God turn a blind eye to sin and injustice, and say “I don’t care”? We often care about justice and have concern for those who experience injustice. Shouldn’t God? If a worldview or religion is to be compelling, then won’t it […]

23 Apr 19
Ferica's Blog

Bali is one of the provinces in Indonesia, it is an area which is famous for its tourist destinations for foreign or domestic tourists. There are various tourist destination in Bali, ranging from the calm and beautiful rural areas such as the village of Ubud to the bustling and beautiful coastal areas. However, the lively […]

23 Apr 19
Anaiah Press

We are excited for another release day! Find the book information and links below. Safe on Solid Ground by Chrissy Dennis Fourteen-year-old Kaitlyn Myer dreams of becoming a basketball champion, but making her high school’s varsity team quickly turns into a living nightmare when a gang of bullies targets her. As their abuse erodes her […]

23 Apr 19
FreedomFIter

The other day, I wrote about how surprisingly not-frugal gardening is. I see it all over the place – if you grow your own vegetables, you can cut your grocery bill! And it’s kind of true but kind of not and at least for me, I’m lucky to break even each year. But there’s another […]

23 Apr 19
Eddie Sparxx

Megadeth! Thrash legends! Often placed next to Metallica in the debate on which band is better, Megadeth was formed when an angry Dave Mustaine was kicked out of Metallica and immediately sought revenge! From 1985 to 1990 Megadeth released some of the most defining thrash releases of the era before moving onto a more diverse […]

23 Apr 19
Sappho's Torque

Happy Shakespeare’s (presumed) birthday! ALSO IT IS WORLD BOOK DAY TODAY! I wonder if there’s a coincidence? (See my note at the end of this post for more on this.) Not gonna lie, I love most of Shakespeare’s work that I’ve ever read. (Except Titus Andronicus. Holy cats I dislike that play. And Julius Caesar. […]

23 Apr 19
We Talk. We Listen.

Mary grieving the death of Jesus – the pieta – is has been a common subject in art for well over 1000 years. However, rarely do we wonder about what happened to Mary post resurrection (there is little to no information about this in Scripture) nor how her pain might have still affected even after her […]

23 Apr 19
Epiphanies and Orthodoxy

“The sufferings of Jesus were realized in the persecution He endured and in the burden He carried for people. He did not suffer with disease. That must be removed from our idea of Christian suffering. It is vain to carry something under the guise of the will of God when it is something that He purchased that […]

23 Apr 19
Today in History

From “Robert” the evil doll of Fort East Martello to the wild chickens who roam the streets, where conch fritters are considered a food group and history is literally built on salvaging shipwrecks, we’re talking about Key West Florida, where the “Weird go Pro”.

23 Apr 19
MIRACLES EACH DAY

Knowing reality as it is really meant to be is possible only in snatches in this world. From time to time we experience a real meeting with another, a real relationship between equals, and we know that this experience of joy and love is as life is designed to be. The Course says that we […]

23 Apr 19
Jemsbooks

How Far is Heaven is a novel I wrote several years ago in between working. It came to me one night in a dream. It kept repeating in a dream nightly until I began to write it down. This is a paranormal/romance/mystery that will capture your heart! Keep the tissues close by. One thing that […]

23 Apr 19
Magdalena Randal

I wonder what Joan of Arc all covered in soot is thinking now…? Scene: The still smoldering interior of Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris. A hollow sound of wind whistling through the shattered space. The camera finds the soot covered statue of Joan of Arc. Behind her, a broken stained glass window lets in a […]