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Tag Archives: 2014-Jan

Daughter of The King


We live in a culture where an inordinate amount of money is spent for the purpose of defining our personal identity. The front lines of this identity battle is conceived in marketing departments and then fought in television and print ...

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Speak To Me


(Verse 1) Speak to me Lord your words of truth I am so dirty to be anywhere near You Lead me to the wilderness And there speak kindly to me I am unworthy of your sweet tender mercy (Chorus 1) ...

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When I was asked to write an article about identity I questioned the staff at The Kingdom Life Now.  How could I, who am not yet 18, write about such a big topic? As I pondered the idea, I was ...

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Who Am I?


Who am I? Who do I want to be? When my mother talks about my younger brother and me, she often comments to others that she is incredibly proud to have raised two “gentlemen.” She often follows that sentence with ...

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The Joy of Rollercoasters


I love roller coasters. I love all kinds: suspension, steel, wooden, stand-up…you name it, I’ll ride it. I grew up in southwestern Pennsylvania, where at least one summer trip to Kennywood Park each year was a must. My brother and ...

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Encountering the Messiah


I’m captivated by the story of the Samaritan woman at the well. Her story can be told in one word: shame. In fact, even today in a society where “everything goes” the dirty details of her life would make her ...

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Created For Truth


Have you ever known a young kid who just blurted out what he or she saw? Like saying how big the birthmark is on the face of the waiter who just happens to be taking your order at that very ...

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The Forgotten Sin: Gluttony


Philippians 3:18-21 For many walk, of whom I have told you often, and now tell you even weeping, that they are the enemies of the cross of Christ:  whose end is destruction, whose god is their belly, and whose glory ...

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Named by The Gardener


On a recent visit to a small town in North Carolina, I went for my usual morning run. My run took me through the historical part of town: cobblestone sidewalks, trees that are at least 200 hundred years old, and ...

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Delicious Dinners

Chicken Cordon Bleu Prep Time: 10 min Makes/Yield: 6 Servings Ingredients Extra Virgin Olive Oil Light Italian Dressing (optional) 6-8 Boneless Skinless Chicken Breasts (Marinated in Italian Dressing if desired.) 8 Slices of honey turkey or honey ham (from the ...

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Made-With-Love Treats

The sweet treats of Christmas are behind us and I’ve already started thinking about how I can show some love at Valentine’s Day by creating some made-with-love sweet treats. Here are some of my family’s favorite desserts. Perhaps you will ...

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