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I'm late to the 2016 is over party

I know, I know, it’s already the second week of January. Anything about the new year is basically stale at this point. If I wanted to write some long ass, lame ass ode to 2016, I should have done so with a perfectly curated Facebook post (so that more people see my sentiments, Instagram isn’t gonna cut it) along with a caption that is an hour long, saying how 2016 sucked/bombed/was the worst year of my life but I have gotten through and am ready for 2017 to come at me, with my finger hovering over the POST button, ready to click the moment the clock struck 12. 1,009 more words

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DAY 10 Awesomenaciousness

DAY 10! 

DECIDE WHAT KIND OF DAY YOU ARE GOING TO HAVE!

Pam Grout says, “pronounce each morning, something amazingly awesome is going to happen to me today! 18 more words

Health

A World of Women

I want a simpler world, where I might be given a task, see that it was worthwhile and that I could carry it out, and carry it out successfully achieving the desired goal, so that I would not feel so completely and entirely worthless. 529 more words

Being Human

Church of the Ascension youth camp (Metanoia) - Session 3

Many years ago, I had the privilege of travelling to Israel. As a student in Anglo-Chinese Secondary School, I studied Bible Knowledge as one of my O level subjects. 3,865 more words

Sermons

Conversion 101: Metanoia

Knowledge and comprehension alone will not produce change. Some people even consider such “enlightenment” as an end goal, where it is only the first movement. Today, we’re going to focus on the next step: metanoia. 1,162 more words

Catholic

Church of the Ascension youth camp 2016 (Metanoia) - Session 2

A priest, an evangelist, and a minister were in a row boat in the middle of a pond fishing. None of them had caught anything all morning. 3,786 more words

Sermons

Church of the Ascension youth camp 2016 (Metanoia) - Session 1

Good morning friends. It’s a wonderful privilege for me to be here to share God’s Word with you. My name is Aaron. I am married to Catherine, my wife of 11 years. 3,813 more words

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