The Why I Campaign
Rev. John J. Cox touches on the fulfillment he receives from waiving his hands.
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Ms. Amanda talks about her passion for mentoring.
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The Warming Tree
There are many variations of the saying, “the early bird catches the worm” and the common folk knowledge from Benjamin Franklin says that “early to bed and early to rise makes a man happy, healthy, and wise”. 405 more words
How often do we admit that we’re wrong even when we know we’re wrong? Probably not as often as we could. It’s not necessarily our fault! 686 more words
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I WAS WRONG! Can you say you were wrong? Tonight we wanted to share this post about saying you are wrong,
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Desiring Jesus and Building His Church
In my part-time job at the freshmen men’s dorm of a local Catholic college, I see many students walking around with their eyes glued to their smartphone. 105 more words
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Mr. David expresses the significance of his evangelizing.
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