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Minorities and Culture

People are different, in many ways. From race, nationality, culture, families, groups, etc. As a society we tend to make labels because it helps our brains to organize. 364 more words

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Summer in Órgiva 2018

The great thing about Órgiva is that the town is near lots of stuff: mountains, rivers, beaches and Granada. And if you’re here with kids, there’s plenty to do locally and further afield. 895 more words

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Religious History Reimagined Pt 1

With more books being written in this series, I felt that it was time to get back into the Robert Langdon series by Dan Brown. I started to adventure with the first book… 345 more words

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Dishonesty

Perhaps it goes without saying that dishonesty, the opposite of honesty, is sinful.  Unlike several other traits which are oppositional to their virtues, such as a lack of faith or being cruel, dishonesty seems to be the only one which almost all religions deem as “evil,” or detrimental to the balance of all things.  335 more words

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An Interview with YA author, Sharon Ledwith

You may already know Sharon Ledwith. She’s an author, a time traveler, a psychic, and a super sleuth. And we’ve published all of her books, because they’re awesome. 944 more words

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I am...a Citizen of Heaven

I am…a Citizen of Heaven

“But our citizenship is in heaven. And we eagerly await a Savior from there, the Lord Jesus Christ,” Philippians 3:20 NIV… 154 more words

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I am...Beloved

I am…beloved!

“As the Father has loved me, so have I loved you. Now remain in my love.” John 15:9

This is such an important and foundational truth that Paul prays for us in this regard.

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