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From the Archives: The Gift

For the third time, the ageing Pharisee circled the strangely shaped object lying at his feet.  No one could tell him who had left it unsolicited outside his door, or even when it had appeared.   1,127 more words

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Deep, Deep Love

 Come’ You said. That was it, just: ‘Come’.

So here I am, in this place of no return. Looking back I can see the boat: familiar, safe, beckoning. 1,217 more words

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This Month's Featured Song: Lord I Thirst

Inspired by Psalm 42

Lord I thirst

I hunger and thirst

my tears have been my food

both day and night

I pour out my soul… 124 more words

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When Generations of Silent Women Speak

Many thanks to SheLoves Online Magazine for featuring this article on their website and Facebook Page today!

The voices moving around me are strong. They are loud, articulate, and powerful.  63 more words

Christian Women

Love. Uncomplicated.

The doctor’s manner was courteous as we entered his consulting room, even if somewhat abrupt. Mr. P and I are no strangers to medical waiting rooms with their clinical atmospheres, hushed tones and oh so efficient receptionists. 1,666 more words

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Not Going Under But Over

Catherine Booth (1829-1890) was co-founder of the Salvation Army (with William Booth), as well as a gifted evangelist, apostolic leader, preacher, author, wife and mother. 642 more words

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The Old Man and The Train

Imagine yourself in this scenario. You are on a train travelling at high speed, a speed that grows faster with each passing moment. You are in a crowded carriage where every other passenger is seated. 1,620 more words

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