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Looking for More

A couple of years ago, a feral momma cat showed up at our house. This, in itself, is no rarity as living out in the semi-country, we have strays turn up on our doorstep on a regular basis. This momma … Continue reading

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A Cross Roads

Today was supposed to be like any other Tuesday … work for company A for a bit,  work for company B and then talk with two potential new clients. Busy? Yes, but the norm for the past several years. But … Continue reading

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Abortion is a Human Right?

The World Health Organization’s definition of health: “Health is a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being, and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity.” By their logic, women who are denied legal abortions are being kept from … Continue reading

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Christians Have a Voice and It’s Time We Use It!

Phil Robertson from Duck Dynasty was suspended “indefinitely” for daring to tell a GQ Magazine writer that homosexuality is a sin during an interview. GLAAD jumped on the “punish Phil” bandwagon and the network did just that. A&E Networks have … Continue reading

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My Way is the Only Way

If I don’t like it then that MUST mean that God doesn’t like it – so it’s “of the devil.” Right? My way is the ONLY “right” way because its’ the only “God approved” way! (And no – I am … Continue reading

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Seeing What You Want to See

About a month ago, I read an article online about how most people don’t actually read all the way to the end, yet they “like” and share at a high rate. There were a lot of charts and data in … Continue reading

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When Opinion Trumps Truth

When Louie Giglio, the Atlanta pastor and Passion Conference founder, was selected alongside Myrlie Evers-Williams (widow of slain civil rights leader Medgar Evers) to deliver the invocation and benediction at President Barack Obama’s inauguration, the President was quoted as saying, … Continue reading

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