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Today’s Lunch Special: Robot Rawrs: Death Trap

There’s nothing quite like a good book for lunch (or dinner or breakfast or really any time), but it’s not every day I get the pleasure of sinking my teeth into one of chef Sigmund Brontor’s savory concoctions. 557 more words

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Set-apart Femininity Review #5: Hollywood and the Sacred-Secular Divide

Welcome back, literary-minded people, to the next installment of the Set-Apart Femininity book review series. Today we’re looking at the chapter Sacred Decorum, p. 67-106. 2,543 more words

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How you can become a strong Christian |By Bishop Dag Heward-Mills|

Disclaimer: This is not an affiliate post and no form of copyright was intended while writing this blog post. The main purpose of this post is to encourage people in their walk with God. 801 more words

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Review: The Faith of Dolly Parton by Dudley J. Delffs

Dolly Parton has entertained, educated, and inspired millions of fans for over five decades. Whether she’s writing songs, performing live, recording new albums, acting in or producing new movies and TV programs, expanding her wildly successful Dollywood amusement park, helping children around the world learn to read with her Imagination Library nonprofit, or donating millions of dollars to schools, charities, and people in need, the Queen of Country Music has never been shy about crediting her Christian faith for her success. 585 more words

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Comfort in the Arms of an All-Sovereign God: Who's Your Father?

Who’s Your Father?: Returning to the Love of the Biblical God by Robert Bernecker

“What is neglected by most Christians today is the comforting, awe-inspiring truth of our God’s sovereignty, his great love for each of us, and the eminent trustworthiness of his eternal purpose, which includes each of us in infinite detail. 2,798 more words
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With Father's Day upon us once again, my thoughts went to a friend who recently lost her dad, whom she loved very much. I lost my own dad over 25 years ago and miss him being in my life all of those years. But not everyone has close ties with and fond memories of their father. Some people grow up never even knowing or having much of a relationship with their dad, which is heartbreaking. Regardless of what your relationship to your own dad has been like, we can all agree that no father is perfect; every earthly dad has his flaws and makes his share of mistakes, albeit some more than others. However God is a perfect, holy, loving Father to His children, and He has promised to be a Father to the fatherless. The question is - who are His children? Is every person in fact a child of God? No matter who are you are - He is your God and He is your Creator, whether you acknowledge Him as such or not. Many like to think of God as being their Father without really knowing much about Him or spending time with Him. God is not whatever you want or think Him to be. He is who He has declared Himself to be, and He has revealed Himself to us in His Word, the Bible, and through His Son, the Lord Jesus Christ. So let me to ask you to consider: Who is your Father? Seems like a fitting time to reshare some thoughts on the book by this same title that I reviewed a few years ago.

Reframing the Soul by Gregory Spencer--Book Review

This was a new book I picked up at my local library recently.  It’s probably not for everybody, but I really enjoyed it.  Subtitled How Words Transform Our Faith,  288 more words

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Set-apart Femininity Review #4: Boys and blanket statements

Welcome back, mes amis, to book club day.

Set-Apart Femininity, is…interesting. I mean, you probably already gathered I thought that here. And here. And… 2,337 more words

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