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Faith Under Trial

Ezra 2 gives us a list of the exiles who returned to Israel from the Babylonian captivity. While all the names and numbers may seem trivial, they are not. 281 more words

Devotions/Bible Studies

Yardwork

I really don’t like doing most forms of yardwork. If you ask my mom, she’ll tell you: raking leaves (actually the bagging part) has always been nearly equal to waterboarding on my list of things-I-want-to-do-today. 613 more words

Just Around The Corner

The older I get, I appreciate the perspective that “age” has given me to see things differently than I used to. Growing up as a child, I had pretty much a “worry-free” childhood. 573 more words

In this world you will have trouble

Scripture Reading: John 16:33, 15:18-19, 2 Corinthians 4:8-11, John 14:15-31

I am currently in my third year of training to be a clinical mental health counselor. 399 more words

Britni

Kids...need I say more?

Kids are awesome! You never know what is going to come out of their mouths. They constantly keep you on your toes. They exhaust you, try you, sleep-deprive you and add hot sauce to your life. 573 more words

Parenting

Garden: Growing Through Trials

By +Jeanne Takenaka @JeanneTakenaka

It’s hard to believe that three months ago, I began the “great adventure” of container gardening. Okay, maybe it’s not a great adventure, but it has been a new adventure. 656 more words

Life

Courts should be elimated

No, I’m not suggesting disruptive behavior in this post (the same applies for the others.). That out of the way. The reason I say this is that the Jews, being the perverted (both sense of the word) opportunists they are, can and will exploit the trials and rig it the result, free members of  their kind who actually committed a crime, and walk free without any punishment, not to mention they could claim you have no evidence whatsoever against them.

Jews