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by FaithWriters Devotional
3/17/2013 / Devotionals
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A few unique sites.
http://lapdwives.org/?page_id=22 Los Angeles Police Dept Wives Association Plus many other police and fire sites.
Sonoma County Wives Association
Santa Barbara LEO Wives Association
Charlotte-Mecklenburg Wives Association
San Diego LEO Wives Association
DeKalb County Police Department Wives Association
Monongalia County Deputy Sheriff Wives Association
Frisco Wives Association
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The daily devotional users can add to their blog or website is such a great idea. However, it is not updating, and has not for the last week. rnrnConsidering the database of devotionals is at over 1400 submissions, it does seem odd it is not working. rnrnThe programming for the daily devotional allowing users to post it on their blogs/sites seems to be stuck on the same devotion (rather than a changing devotional). As for the daily devotional itself, it was top-notch, just not interested in the same devotional showing up every day. It was written by CD Swanson, and was well thought out (a short sermonette, an applicable verse and prayer).
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