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  1. 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.

  2. 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.

  3. 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."

  4. 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?

  5. WOUNDED SPIRITS by sana edoja  

    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: [email protected]

    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.

  6. Obituary: Stanford University's Nelee Langmuir, Hidden Child of the Holocaust by Peter Menkin by Peter Menkin  

    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.

  7. 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.

  8. 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.

  9. The Dove World Outreach Church offers bonfire instead of Olive branch by Robert Randle  
    With the drawdown of American Military combat forces in Iraq and additional troops and equipment to fight the insurgents in Afghanistan, all that is needed ia a little spark to ignite and fan the flames that already exist in the region of "DEATH TO AMERICA." Tthe uncoming book burning of Korans by the Gainsville, FLA Church just might turn out to be the gift that keeps on giving for al-Qaida, the Taliban and other Muslim extremists.

  10. Seattle Police involved in fatal shooting of deaf man by Robert Randle  
    Notwithstanding, there are some very good, professional and dedicated police officers out there and our streets, homes and scools are much safer because of them. At the same time, there are those few who shame the badge they wear and betray the pblic trust and undermine peace and security by their unlawful conduct and lack of good judgment.

  11. Inmates graduate from Seminary at San Quentin Chapel as part of Southern Baptist program by Peter Menkin by Peter Menkin  
    The program for ministry at maximum security prison San Quentin in Northern California, outside San Francisco, proves the maxim, minister where you are at the moment. For inmate Mark Baldwin, serving a life sentence, he will prove the maxim well for with his new diploma in ministry earned from Golden Gate Baptist Theological Seminary based in the town Mill Valley, which is near the prison, will be ministering to fellow inmates for a long timelifelong.

    The Certificate for Ministry earned by the recent June, 2010 graduate Mr. Baldwin in the Southern Baptist tradition, as the seminary is a Southern Baptist seminary, is part of a larger and national program that applies the same maxim throughout its teaching efforts reach, which is really more than national. It is worldwide. That maxim remains the same wherever students learn and go into ministry. Minister where you are at this time in your life, and in the many places where you may be a long time in their location or place of life.

  12. Seattle and King County Police Officers out of control? by Robert Randle  
    The slogan "To Protect aand Serve" is a solemn oath that Law Enforcement Officers should take very seriously and consequently they should be afforded the highest level of respect and honor, but what happens when the police violate the very Law they are sworn to protect and uphold; who are their judges? There is an old saying that with much authority/power comes much responsibility and accountability, so when a uniformed officer loses control of a situation should his outrageous behavior be chalked up as just one of the usual run-of-the-mill outbursts that comes with the job?

  13. Is Vigilantism the convenient new form of crime deterrent? by Robert Randle  
    Perhaps economic uncertainty and a lack of political leadership gives rise to the spirit of "vigilantism." There tends to be a more self-protective and Conservative atmosphere along with stricter Law Enforcement support where criminal activity, whether alleged or real takes on an ominous sort of retributive activity. It is in this way of thinkingand living that the average citizen may take it upon themselves to become then sole arbitrating and ultimate judge, jury, and executioner.

  14. Where have all the children gone? by Jeanne E Webster  
    Where have all the children gone? They're hiding in their homes, behind locked school house doors, under constant surveillance by cameras in gated playgrounds, and wherever we can provide secure areas for them.

  15. Board Game causes protest from Native Americans by Robert Randle  
    Everyone likes to play games but at what point is it no longer fun or fails to entertain? American society that traditional values or appropriateness are not so clearly defined and it is prudent to consider how someone else might perceive differently the thing that you take for granted.

  16. WHERE WAS GOD? by Paul Curtis  
    When Haiti shook
    And the old colonial
    Structures fell
    Who was to blame?

  17. TESORO Refinery fire in Anacortes, WA by Robert Randle  
    It is tragic that such an event happened at the Tesoro refinery in Anacortes, WA which resulted in the tragic deaths of at last five people and two other workers received severe burns over fifty percent of their body. The thing that probably goes unnoticed is that many of the nation's refineries and chemical plants are at least thirty years old and could present an ever-present danger to some sort of incident that happened here.

  18. Looming Catastrophe by Felix Amiri  
    Economic Collapse, H1N1, SARS, Avian Flu, Aids, tsunamis, earthquake in Haiti, etc . . . What can be more deadly?

  19. Special Day by louis gander  
    For God so loved the world that
    He gave to all this special day -
    not just another 'holiday' -

  20. Slain Police Officers shock Washington residents by Robert Randle  
    Is the disparity that exists in American society which cuts across all educational, economic, and racial sectors to blame for these deadly outbursts; and if so, what is the solution before-the-fact; not after-the-fact? Unfortunately, we do not have the benefit of the aquatic telepaths in the science-fiction movie, "Minority Report," who predict criminal acts of the perpetrator before they happen. No, there is no simple answer and the anecdotes or recriminations are not helpful as they only tend to focus on the problem but offer little in the way of a solution. The thing is that recidivism among those released from incarceration is at 90% or more, and rehabilitation of inmates is quite rare and subjective at best.

  21. Looking Up by louis gander  
    Is forgiveness easy? Is love enough?
    Why is living today so tough?

  22. The President, the Professor, and the Cop-The Henry Gates Arrest by Yolanda Ro  
    Thankfully the pandemonium created by the Henry Gates Arrest is slowly dying down? But will we ever be able to make heads or tails of the events that transpired?

  23. One Black Bra, Two Brown Feet and a Wedding by Scarlett Farr  
    A summer wedding. Sometimes it just as stressful for the guests as it is for the bride and groom.

    This is about the loss of our only son. All statements are factual. I have shared this in hopes that it could be an encouragement to someone facing the same valley. I hope to encourage them to lean on our one foundation, Jesus Christ. He is faithful

  25. 'The resources we've known to support the [Presbyterian] seminary have diminished significantly' by Peter Menkin  
    In a letter of 2009, The Reverend Doctor Philip W. Butin, President of The San Francisco Theological Seminary (Presbyterian) wrote: The resources we've known to support the seminary have diminished significantly.
    This same Spring season, the San Anselmo Seminary is taking action with a strategy supported by its Board:

    To overcome a 33 percent decline in the value of its investments, the board of trustees of San Francisco Theological Seminary has approved a four-part strategy to achieve "financial equilibrium"

  26. Lewis and Clark by PamFord Davis  
    Every child needs a moment in the spotlight.

  27. Arrival and Departure Dates by Irvin Rozier  
    Arrival and departur dates are a way of life. Appointments to meet, and places to go.

  28. In His Hands by louis gander  
    My stomach winds up in a giant knot
    and after I leave I cry a lot.
    When losing a friend that I hold dear
    and having known them year after year,
    I cry out "God, it just isn't fair"
    and wonder often - does He not care?

  29. Doing what's the movies! by Dana Chaffin  
    Powerful new movie that takes on the issue of abortion from a Christian standpoint.

  30. 2009 National Day of Prayer by Dana Chaffin  
    National event to pray for areas of interest to all citizens. Plan to attend an event in your area. Find out where at the website provided in article.


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