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  1. Retirement by Janet Riley  
    What is God's Plan for "Retirement"

  2. 10 Day Christian Meditation Challenge Begins Feb. 1, 2014 by Rhonda Jones  
    Hearing a lot about meditation these days but feeling it's not for you? The Bible encourages Christians to meditate on God's word, presence, and character. Learn how to meditate on God by signing up for the free 10 Day Christian Meditation Challenge that begins on February 1, 2014 hosted by Rhonda Jones, The Christian Meditator.

  3. Let your Fiscal Crises Vanish in Minutes by Applying for 3 Month Loans! by   
    Life is full of strange things and shockers. These surprises or can say shockers come in the form of outlays. Maybe you require quick funds to pay for the medical bills or kidsā tuition fees. When you require getting cash the quickest & easiest way possible, a payday loan for three months is the answer to your urgent monetary needs.

  4. Revival In Scotland by David Keyser  
    In late 1829 a little known revival erupted in Scotland and shortly thereafter in Edward Irving's Scot's church in London.

  5. End Times by Michael Hume  
    What the Bible says about end times. We should stay awake and watch.

  6. The Snow Shoe by Richard L. Provencher  
    The walker is often lost
    in thought---failure
    and success
    wrestling for a little space

  7. Tragedy Strikes by Dewayne Rachels  
    December 14, 2012 a most unforgettable and tragic event occurred that has impacted not only citizens of the United States but also gained recognition around the world.

  8. Officials missing the point on Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre by Robert Randle  
    Americans value freedom and independence more than any nation on earth but at the same time we blame each other more than any nation on earth, too. It is time to be accountable and accept responsibility for this and all other mass shootings like this because in some small way or another, we are all to blame.



  9. The Georgia Guidestones and 2012-2013 by Robert Hawes  
    A look at the possible relationship between the Georgia Guidestones and the years 2012-2013.

  10. Don't Stop, Just Shop with fashionandyou.com! by   
    Win loyalty points and exciting rewards every time you shop at fashionandyou.com

  11. That Awkward Moment at the NBA All-Star Game by Anthony Weber  
    I keep thinking we are not far from the bottom of the cultural barrel. Congratulations, NBA, for digging that much deeper.

  12. Archbishop Rowan Williams, an Anglican, meets the Pope...good vibes and celebration... by Peter Menkin  
    Using the art of the homily, Archbishop Rowan Williams spoke to the ecumenical relationship between the Anglican Communion (Episcopal Church in USA), and the Roman Catholic Church, citing history. For a thousand years the Camaldoli hermitage and its monks have been praying and living with the presence of the Lord. The Archbishop's homily was presented at Papal Vespers, San Gregorio Magno al Celio 10 March 2012.

  13. South Dayton Baptist Church Tent Revival by Michael Adams  
    Join South Dayton Baptist Church in Moraine, Ohio for their tent revival. The church was started 56 years ago by a tent revival. The host church had to plant a church afterwards and it became South Dayton Baptist.

  14. In Memoriam, Noel Neptune (1965-1998) by Vincent Neptune  
    Thus the final episode of such a life, well spent and meaningful, is an occasion of momentous significance, seemingly even more inconceivable, more surreal, than the vanishing of centuries....

  15. What a Waste! by Donna Wasson  
    What kind of stupid do you have to be to own the world and throw it away on drugs???

  16. PRICELESS by louis gander  
    PRICELESS is AIR - to a drowning man.
    PRICELESS is FOOD - or starve we can.

  17. Occupy Wall St demonstrators ignore the real villains by Robert Randle  
    While it is true that there are abuses of wealth and power at the financial center of the world and leader of a Free Market Economy and Capitalism, still, the blame should not rest solely on the shoulders of the titans of industry. The organizers, whoever they are, need to go to their Legislators in Washington D.C., the very place where they should have in the first place, and ask Congress to repeal the tax code which benefit the rich and make it "OCCUPY CAPITOL HILL" instead.

  18. Should the military ordain non-Christian Chaplains? by Robert Randle  
    Soldiers in the United States Army want to become post chaplains, although they don't believe in God. The main person of interest was Capt. Ryan Jean, who is an Intelligence Officer at Fort Meade, CA. Jean, who is an atheist, wants recognition as a lay humanist, on par with those religions who believe in a theistic God, such as Christians, Muslims and Jews.

  19. Joe Paterno scapegoat or scoundrel? by Robert Randle  
    In the biggest and most recent scandal in collegiate sports, Penn State legendary football coach was fired over allegations that he failed to alert the police after assistant coach Mike McQueary said that he saw former Defensive Coordinator Jerry Sandusky having sex with a ten year old boy in the shower at Penn State's football facility. This incident regarding Sandusky happened in 2002, the Attorney General indicted two university officials and Penn State Board fired school president Graham Spanier as well as Paterno.

  20. Trenholm(e) Reunion, Cape Tormentine by Richard L. Provencher  
    ...and yes they came
    in a jumble, in cars
    and vans and trailers

  21. Reflection on the Tenth Anniversary of 911 by Robert Randle  
    It is perhaps fitting to having reflected on this past tenth anniversary memorial of the attack on America by Middle-Eastern extremists who commandeered three Boeing commercial aircraft and crashed them into the Twin Towers, the Pentagon, and a fourth plane was believed headed for Capitol Hill. This tragedy which happened to the victims of this unprovoked attack left a national scar upon our hearts at the deaths of nearly three-thousand American citizens who did nothing to deserve this murderous and suicidal act of violence.

  22. Goodbye Sun by Richard L. Provencher  
    Nature is God's gift to us, and not only should we savour it, but nurture and protect it's dimensions.

  23. Moose River, Nova Scotia by Richard L. Provencher  
    Moose River is an old gold mining village, steeped in time, in the woodlands of Nova Scotia. A small number of old-timers still linger on, hoping for the 'rush' to return.

  24. The Biblical perspective on killing Osama bin Laden by Robert Randle  
    While no one will certainly shed a tear for Osama bin Laden, still, one can question whether the killing of the world's foremost terrorist was an act of revenge, retaliation, or God's justice [vengeance] coming to fruition.

  25. Arizona Shooting USA, a commentary by Disciples of Christ (by Peter Menkin) by Peter Menkin  
    The General Minister of Disciples of Christ told her membership she was in the Chapel in the morning of January 10, 2011 at their Disciples Center in Indianapolis, Indiana, regarding the Arizona shooting. Sharon Watkins observed a moment of silence as called for by President
    Obama "to honor the innocent victims of the senseless tragedy in Tucson, Arizona, including those still fighting for their lives. It will be a time for us to come together as a nation in prayer or reflection, keeping the victims and their families closely at heart."


  26. Interview: Vibrant show of Pacific Rim work at University of San Francisco by Peter Menkin by Peter Menkin  
    Your gallery in San Francisco at the Jesuit oriented University of San Francisco has such a wonderful show going on about Pacific Rim History involving Religious art from various parts of that area brought to California. Will you tell us how a school gallery was able to gather such a small, but impressive gallery of works that tell about the movement of various influences in the Catholic art that is displayed, and let us know when the gallery show ends?


  27. WOUNDED SPIRITS by sana edoja  
    BOOK LAUNCH

    Author Bio:

    April Gardner has been a military brat, missionary's kid, and military spouse. After 21 years in various countries overseas, April happily resides in Georgia with her USAF husband. A home school mom, she fills her mornings talking fractions and phonics with her two sweet kiddos. In her free time, April enjoys reading, gardening, and DIY. In no particular order, she dreams of owning a horse, visiting all the national parks, and speaking Italian.

    Librarian, reviewer, and avid reader, April adores anything books. She writes a weekly column for the joint blog, Reflections in Hindsight, and is the founder and senior editor of the website, Clash of the Titles.

    This is April's first novel.

    April loves to hear from her readers at: aprilgardnerwrites@gmail.com

    If you love historical fiction, you should check out April W Gardner's, recently released Wounded Spirits. Today marks the novel's Amazon Book Launch.



  28. Obituary: Stanford University's Nelee Langmuir, Hidden Child of the Holocaust by Peter Menkin by Peter Menkin  
    SEGMENT ONE: NELEE LANGMUIR'S STORY AS FROM THE VIDEO

    Introduction. Before Nelee Langmuir's death in Summer, 2010, her daughter wrote of her mother's experience as a Hidden Child. She wrote of it 2005, September 3 and Debra Wanner in so doing added her voice as a new generation to her mother's story.

  29. What life was like in America before 911 had happened? by Robert Randle  
    It is hard to imagine what America was like before September 11, 2001 because this single act of terrorism on our native soil has been the defining moment for the United States in the modern age. It is a "new reality" which serves as a constant reminder that we are not as "safe" and invulnerable as we formerly thought. While the United States may eventually prevail on the battlefield, but sadly, this country has already lost the "WAR;" primarily because no one in this country really understands what time it is and are still fighting, mostly using the conventional weapons of past global conflicts.

  30. A Time to Change by Lori Godfrey  
    A Time to Change is a story of life's existence and the people God created. Not all change is negative depending on the final outcome. People and seasons change but God never changes.

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