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LAPD Hopes Public Can Help Them Reunite Found Boy With Family

LOS ANGELES (CBSLA)  —  The LAPD is hoping the public can help identifying a found boy’s family member or legal guardian.

A boy, about 8-10 years of age, was observed by Los Angeles Police Department Officers sitting alone on a Metro Purple Line train heading towards Union Station. 101 more words

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Adiós Chihuahua Ojo

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My mom’s dog died last week. I know, I know, but don’t worry – she still has my dad and her health. And she’s pretty young, so there’s that too. 1,412 more words

Lesson #24: Sit Still, Be Quiet!

A decade ago, I had no idea what meditation was – beyond the ability to sit cross-legged on the floor with your eyes closed. That in itself is a challenge for some people. 768 more words

Walking in a Winter Wonderland

Walking in a Winter Wonderland by authors Richard B. Smith and Felix Bernard and illustrator Tim Hopgood

Age Range: 4 – 8 years
Publisher: Henry Holt and Co. 110 more words

Children's Books

Easter weekend in Maine

I posted this poem on 5 April 2015 on Facebook. Something about the recent snow or maybe my parents’ visit to my home in NY made me think of it, and I thought I’d place it here as well, where I can more easily find it. 116 more words

Everyday Thinking

In Retrospect...

I’ve thought a lot about what I wrote yesterday, and having my mother die while I was trying to pull myself out of my own head was the best worst thing that could have happened. 879 more words

Share the Gospel this Christmas by reading my short story "The Memory Tree" to your family. It's on Kindle.

“The Memory Tree” is a short Christmas story written by Charlie Liebert.  Reading it to your family is an easy and effective way to share the gospel at Christmas dinner or when you tell stories around the tree. 688 more words

Christian Apologetics