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Some Things About Spring

Some Things About Spring

Spring on the farm is one of my favorite times of year. In Iowa long winters are the norm, [...]

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My neighbor’s daffodils

My neighbor’s daffodils

Is there anything that says spring as much as a cheerful bouquet of daffodils? I’ve always loved this happy, [...]

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Planting Seeds

Planting Seeds

Spring is a time of rebirth for the earth and for our lives, and nothing reminds us more of [...]

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Freedom of Speech?

Freedom of Speech?

Amendment 1: Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or [...]

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The Road God has Placed Before You

The Road God has Placed Before You

When we hear about missionaries in other countries, we are amazed at their bravery, and sacrifice, and in awe [...]

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Traveling 7,843 miles to Find God

Traveling 7,843 miles to Find God

When we think of missionaries serving in other countries, we don’t often think of them reaching American citizens. That, [...]

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What’s Your Mission?

What’s Your Mission?

Mission work has always been a dream of mine, but so far it hasn’t panned out. At least not [...]

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Christianity, Persecution, and the Modern World

Christianity, Persecution, and the Modern World

This weekend, it was announced that Pastor Saeed Abenini,  who’s been imprisioned in Iran since 2012, has been released [...]

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It Happened on Fifth Avenue

It Happened on Fifth Avenue

I discovered a channel that only airs old movies this Christmas. That’s a good thing and a bad thing. [...]

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The Bishop’s Wife

The Bishop’s Wife

The Bishop’s Wife is my favorite Christmas movie. I like all of the actor’s in the movie, Cary Grant, [...]

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