Monthly Archives: April 2016

Can You Spot the Difference?

By Deanne Baum An old childhood memory surfaces to help me pay attention when learning I have fond memories of particular puzzles in magazines that included two side-by-side pictures – usually in a medical office. The content was similar – … Continue reading

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No Apologies for My Beliefs

Are you sorry for who you are and what you believe in? Photo by Lorelei Nettles “Man is made by his belief, as he believes, so he is.” Johann Wolfgang von Goethe   For the past year or so I … Continue reading

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Staying Focused on the Goal

what can we do to help ourselves stay on the straight and narrow path God has laid for us? Continue reading

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What Does the Feast of Unleavened Bread Mean for Christians?

With Passover and the week of Unleavened Bread coming up. I wanted to share this informative article written in 2006, by Vince Szymkowiak. http://www.ucg.org/the-good-news/what-does-the-feast-of-unleavened-bread-mean-for-christians

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