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Moxie’s Midnight Memories

One night, when Lucent was 14-years-old, her despicable father returned, drunk of course, and her mom let him in the house … again, even though she had three brothers living nearby who’d have gladly beat the man to a pulp. 1,753 more words

Moxie Keener

Kindness – How do Children Become Kind?


It’s an age-old argument – are we born to be kind to others or do we learn to be kind to others? Across all societies, humans of all ages show a very strong tendency to be concerned about the welfare of others. 896 more words

"Zimzum of Love" review: 1-43, "Responsive"

Honestly, I’m still not really clear on the zimzum part of this book. Rob and Kristen seem to have connected with the metaphor strongly, but I’m not finding in it everything they did. 836 more words


What is Real Community?

I find myself inspired to write today.. writing is just putting my thoughts down, but I feel like reaching out, I don’t know to say what. 319 more words

What Are We Teaching the Next Generation?

Lately I have been watching a lot of Dragon Ball. Dragon Ball Z was my favorite show as a child, and it was on pretty much every channel. 733 more words

What is Woman For?

Text: 1 Cor. 11:2-12

Ok, so yeah, I know what you’re thinking. What a weird passage. Why on earth did he pick this one? Well, to quote the 42nd President of the United States: “I feel your pain.” I understand that this is a difficult topic, and I find these verses to be quite challenging myself. 3,089 more words


Not Going Under But Over

Catherine Booth (1829-1890) was co-founder of the Salvation Army (with William Booth), as well as a gifted evangelist, apostolic leader, preacher, author, wife and mother. 642 more words

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