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Mothers’ Day begins in the womb: Pray for at-risk mothers and babies.

Most years, I try to attend a “Mother-Daughter Tea” for Mothers’ Day. My Mother and sometimes my daughters and granddaughters join me. We celebrate our joyous relationships. Then on Sundays I participate in a Mother’s Day celebration at church. There is always good singing and Bible teaching. Then we go out to dinner, or cook a yummy dinner at home. God provides

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Should Christians Vote?

Should believers take part in the politics of this world, including elections? What does the Bible say about voting in elections? Nothing specifically. Let’s remember that in the times of Jesus the Jews were under Roman rule and they were not Roman citizens. Therefore they were not permitted to vote. In fact, more Roman citizens couldn’t either. Only the very wealthy

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A Gift Multiplied…

A few years ago, a certain pastor couldn’t help but notice a family standing in front of him at a convenience store in New Orleans, and could see that they did not have the money to pay for their items. To spare the family of any embarrassment he lightly tapped the father’s shoulder saying ” No need to turn around,

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It’s a Miracle a Woman Survives in India

Thomson Reuters Foundation reports,  India’s women are DISCRIMINATED AGAINST, ABUSED, & EVEN KILLED on a scale unparalleled in the top 19 economies of the world. Shemeer Padinzjharedil, of maps4aid.com (a website that maps & documents crimes against women), states: “It’s a miracle a woman survives in India. Even before she is born, she is at risk of being aborted due

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Black History Month 2015- May We Never Forget

It’s Black History Month 2015. This is a time of remembering the many great contributions of African Americans in the history of our great nation. We have experienced many advances made possible from contributions from members of the African American Community. Beyond the familiar names that we hear every year, advances have been made by countless African American “unsung heroes”

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