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It started with the realization that my kids’ spring break aligned with my second son’s lacrosse game schedule. We could travel to Ohio for two Saturday games – and even a mid-week one, if we wanted – and spend the rest of the week visiting friends and family nearby. 827 more words


On KSJP, Dialogue, and Anti-Semitism by Adam Bulmash

*Members of KSJP possess diverse perspectives and opinions. The following views do not necessarily reflect the views of the rest of the group.*

I wish to thank those who have raised concerns that the fliers KSJP had posted, referencing educational challenges Palestinian children face consequent to Israeli occupation, were inherently biased.  708 more words


Hiram E. Leonard Diary, March 31 - 6, 1864

“31st Thursday rather fine weather but some cloudy. I did my choars was at the office all day & in the evening came home about 8 ½ & went to bed at 9 ½ lonesome & nearly sick. 317 more words


Is Joyce Myer Word of Faith?

Joyce may not be as blatant as Kenneth Copeland when he says “You being poor is not alright with God. He’s not going to hold it against you for being poor but I’ll tell you it will come against you if you find this out and you decide to stay poor.” (6:26) 27 more words

Word Of Faith

Go, Knights

THERE’S NO DOUBT about it. Residents of small towns get excited about their sports.

Living in a large—by my standards anyway—community like Faribault with a population of around 23,000, I don’t see the same level of sports enthusiasm. 294 more words

Let It Go

“If you love something, set it free. If it comes back, it was, and always will be yours. If it never returns, it was never yours to begin with.” 

**Sherrilyn Kenyon