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Old Town Square, Prague, Czech Republic

At 18 years old I packed a bag and decided to go visit a friend in Prague. I had never been before but I absolutely fell in love. 196 more words


Excruciating pain before new life comes born

Turmoil, despair, hunger and grief, all gone

Sickness, war, each darkness erased

A golden light dawns for Mankind… 102 more words


Jesus Christ is the Saving Grace for America and Syrian Refugees

There was a time during the development of the church when some apostles feared the influence of gentiles.  Today we are facing similar fears with the exodus of Syrians into the world; some worried that their world-wide inhabitation will influence the spread of world-wide terror.   2,216 more words


Press Release: The Artist's Subconscious - Julio Cesario





“The liberty of the individual is no gift of civilization. It was greatest before there was any civilization.” Sigmund Freud… 221 more words

Art Shows

Character Spotlight; Konroy MacKline.

The Axe-man Prince. Tall, attractive, intelligent and sweet. Many a young maid-servant has lost her heart in his charming smile, but only one has gotten more than a polite acknowledgement. 102 more words

Character Prfiles.

The Dark Church

By Paul Koch

Being a pastor affords me with some pretty unique experiences. I’ve been invited into the midst of people’s most tender moments. From the bedside of a dying father to the joy of a wedding day or the baptism of a newborn baby, I have found myself graciously allowed to share in such experiences.  1,545 more words

Living Word

The Advent of Hope

It was many years ago now that I came to the end of myself. I’d been pushing through and making do and trying to be saviour of a situation in my life and finally, one day, I came to the end of myself. 574 more words