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Mrs. Poe by Lynn Cullen

I’ve always been wary of reading fiction novels about famous people. I’m referring to books that hint at affairs or at secret muses of famous artists. 230 more words


Celebrities: Humans Who Need God's Love

People have different callings in life. The apostle Paul talked in 1 Corinthians about different spiritual gifts and how those could apply in the church. We are drawn to different people groups when it comes to help. 1,409 more words

Musings Of A Christian Girl

The Duggars: Unless You're a Doctor, Having Babies Shouldn't Be Your Business

The Duggars. You either passionately love them or are violently disgusted by them. Like the family itself, nothing is small about it.

If you are fortunate enough to afford a large family, have at it. 329 more words

No Standing Anytime

New York City’s influence on my suburban English childhood cannot be underestimated. After all, NYC gave me ‘disco’ to dance to and leg warmers to dance in, not to mention iconic movies, musicals, … 396 more words


You're not what you have (you're what you give)

You’re not what you have. You’re not what you have to do. You’ll get a better picture of who you are if you think about what you can throw away and ignore. 248 more words

Opinion Pieces

Friday's New Angle #14

It’s Friday, and it’s time for another new angle! :)

I hope you have fun with this, and remember, the answer will be posted this time tomorrow!


The fear of an "end to a tradition" and of "what's next?"

There are certain types of things that you’re so used to having around for a long time that you never really think of it ending, however, as cliche as it sounds “nothing indeed lasts forever” not even the 33-year show Late Night With David Letterman. 116 more words