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Minnesota Faces: The Sweetcorn Salesman

Portrait #33: Bill Edelbach

It’s sweetcorn season here in Minnesota, which reminds me of veggie vendor Bill Edelbach.

I met Bill two summers ago selling peppers, zucchini, cucumbers and sweetcorn… 98 more words

Monday Morning Check-In: We now return you to your regularly scheduled programming...

Good Monday morning fellow readers!  I am happy to announce that I survived Fair Week.  It is always so nice to see everyone each year, but it is such a busy week!   557 more words


Transition with the Thing Beloved, or a Postgrad Life at Kenyon

Welcome to my new blog!

Some of you may know me from my travel blog, www.justalittlegirlinabigworld.wordpress.com, but nonetheless, short introductions are in order. My name is Anna, and I am a 22-year-old recent college graduate originally from North Carolina. 1,702 more words


Minnesota Faces: A church basement gentleman

Portrait #29: George Derscheid

As a life-long Minnesotan, I appreciate the church basement ladies. You know, the women who labor in service to the Lord by brewing coffee, buttering buns for ham sandwiches, stirring together a hamburger-noodle-cream soup based hotdish for a funeral and more to feed the hungry. 329 more words

Claiming Our Rights by E.W. Kenyon

Satan cannot stand before that Name now, any more than he could before the Man who gave you the right to use it, when He walked in Galilee. 1,169 more words

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Claiming Our Rights by E.W. Kenyon

Every demon and angel is subject to the Imperial Name of Jesus and, wonder of wonders, He gave us the Power of Attorney to use that Name of Might. 817 more words

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Claiming Our Rights by E.W. Kenyon

When He had paid this penalty, He arose from the dead. He conquered Satan. He broke his dominion and took away his authority and power. Then, with the trophies of His triumph, He ascended to the right band of the Majesty on High and laid the tokens of His victory at the feet of His Great Father. 651 more words

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