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Book Review: The Path by Rick Joyner - Worth reading!

The Path: Fire on the Mountain, Book One by Rick Joyner

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Wow! I LOVED this book. It was so incredibly refreshing to me. So many books I read are just the same stuff, in a slightly different format or from a different author’s perspective. 1,954 more words

Christian

Beauty and the Beast

Wild foods are not for everyone. Their collection can be perilous—from the ruggedness of the landscapes where they grow to the ambiguities of accurate identification—and their flavors are often bold. 678 more words

Kitchen

Serenity Walk

Take my trembling hand

Join…

Me on a serenity walk

The…

Path into the wilderness

Where…

Wind speaks in nature, birds sing in

Flight..

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Fiction

Sequoia and Kings Canyon

Just south of Yosemite and north of Los Angeles within the Sierra Nevada’s are two national parks. Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks are home to the largest groves of giant Sequoias in the World. 324 more words

Photography

"Wilderness 50" Celebration

2014 marks the 50th anniversary of the signing of the Wilderness Act. In September of 1964 President Johnson signed into law the Wilderness Act, one of the most important pieces of legislation in the US regarding protection and preservation of Wilderness. 396 more words

Photography

Polar Bears, Polar Lives

Polar bears are bears that live in the North Pole. They have the same characteristics as brown or black bears but they don’t hibernate. Beacause they live in the cold, they are used to it, so in winter, they don’t need to hibernate. 37 more words

Animals

Montana Bride

Karl Norwood was looking for a wife with children of her own. He wanted a family and will get that when his mail order bride comes, but he will know that she is hiding something from him.

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