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November 28-December 2

To see – kuona

Pronunciation: koo-oh-na

As the window behind me frames the setting African sun, opalescent pixels dance in blurred sparkle across my computer screen, reminding me of the brightness and beauty of the far-off home I have left behind. 113 more words

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November 21-25

Guest, Visitor or Foreigner/ Guests, visitors or foreigners – Mgeni/wageni

Pronunciation – mm-gay-nee/wah-gay-nee

When the past meets the future, a lot can change over the course of one week. 2,296 more words

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Love's Comforting Power - Word of the Week

Edition #10

Philippians 2:1-2 (NIV)
Therefore if you have any encouragement from being united with Christ, if any comfort from His love, if any common sharing in the Spirit, if any tenderness and compassion, then make my joy complete by being like-minded, having the same love, being one in spirit and of one mind.”

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Yes, as you can obviously guess, this post is inspired by the recent change in the definition of the word in Indian English.

It would probably be interesting to track what this change meant for the various people across our country in various situations. 286 more words


Word of Week: Ecesis

Increasing one’s vocabulary is a way to expand your mind and articulate your thoughts in new ways.  Below if the word of the week for the week of 12/5/16. 38 more words

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Word of the Week: Commitment

Polycarp was a second century Christian who lived at the time of Roman persecution. This godly man, one of the bishops of the church at Smyrna, managed to escape persecution for almost his entire life. 669 more words

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Word of the Week: Power of Prayer

Prayer is our own personal connection with the Creator of this universe. God allows us to express our gratitude, fears, and love simply by having a conversation with Him. 418 more words