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At the Sound of the Trumpet

“Blow a trumpet in Zion; sound an alarm on my holy mountain! Let all the inhabitants of the land tremble, for the day of YHWH is coming; it is near,”

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Preparing for Oct. 2 Worship

Can faith in Christ be a family tradition? Paul certainly seemed to see it that way. The real question is how to apply the idea of family faith in a modern context. 19 more words


Gammeldags Æblekage or Old fashioned apple cake

With the abundance of local Danish apples available at the moment in the supermarkets or if you are lucky at the end of your neighbours’ drive now is the time to try your hand at a traditional Danish apple recipe called Gammeldags Æblekag, which literally translated means Old fashioned apple cake. 154 more words


The Truth About Interracial Dating

I have decided to give my opinion on interracial dating after many requests. My opinion is simply this…. people are people. People tend to date inside their race, because that is what they’re comfortable with. 624 more words


All Communication Systems Go!

One down, six to go!

So we’ve talked a bit about the socio-psychological tradition and how it guides communication theory. Now we’re going to take a closer look at the cybernetic tradition – which, like I said before, has nothing to do with robots…unfortunately. 500 more words


Day of the Dead at Riviera Maya. First Call!

Even when Halloween is becoming part of mexican celebrations, its important to say that both are completely different each other. To understand the Day of the Dead celebration, you must be part of it. 244 more words


Fall Leaves

I’m a total summer girl. I love it all: swimming, flip flops, the sound of crickets outside my window, watermelon, fireworks, late nights, the smell of freshly mowed grass, the way the sun feels on my skin, even the suffocating heat you feel upon getting in your car on a 100 degree day. 459 more words