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From Taking her Life to Living Life

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This book (see below) is great for anyone, but I consider it an especially powerful message for teens who battle with their self-worth. Carri uses humor to correlate her own personal experiences to biblical principles and Bible characters, showing how much God loves us and has a plan for each of his children.

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Aliens in Galilee

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Last Thursday, Pat and I went to see the exclusive showing of the new movie “Alien Intrusion: Unmasking a Deception”. It was distributed through Fathom Events as a one-time presentation in a few theatres across the country, only at 7pm on January 11th. The limited screening is not because the subject isn’t important but rather […]

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Strategies to Survive Drowning

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One of the main themes of our website is learning to suffer disappointments in a godly manner. The book I am reviewing here, “The Red Sea Rules” by Robert J. Morgan, gave me 10 strategies on how to endure suffering, that I would like to share. They are drawn from the story of Israel’s walking through the Red Sea. I will […]

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Climbing Mount Improbable

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Is There a Slope? Reviewing “Climbing Mount Improbable” by Richard Dawkins the book’s author Richard Dawkins is an eminent biologist, writer, and speaker, who proudly promotes the theory of evolution and secularism. He was the Professor for Public Understanding of Science at Oxford from 1995 to 2008, and the founder of the Richard Dawkins Foundation […]