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The name says it all. Talking about every subject under the sun from a distinctively Christian world view. Sharing commentaries, daily devotionals, and stories from various sources, on cultural, social and other issues facing our world today - again, from a distinctively Christian perspective - to inspire, educate and inform. For him who has ears to hear... The person who started this group has left DJ. I do not know how I became the Administrator but will remain in the capacity. I am making two changes. You no longer need approval to join the group. If you are joining the group to promote your web site your name will be removed.
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Education about God Begins at Home

The Sandy Hook Elementary School tragedy was almost too devastating to watch unfold on the news. So many children were...
Dec 17, 2012 by Paul Bright - 4 comments

Mormonism is Not a Denomination of Christianity

Mormonism has moved into the limelight with Mitt Romney running for president and being a Mormon high priest. However,...
Jul 27, 2012 by Paul Cannon - 1 comment

God is a lousy business man!

He trades our pain, sorrow, sinful baggage, and everything negative for his joy, peace and grace! He isn’t partial he...
May 6, 2012 by Pamela George - 1 comment

I Will Follow Christ

Covina, CA - A week ago on a Saturday morning, I was on my way to the church to audition for a musical play called “I...
Feb 26, 2012 by Rolly Lavapie - 1 comment

A Call for Civility in a Country Divided

The late psychotherapist Sheldon B. Kopp said, "No one is any stronger or weaker than anyone else." This profound...
Oct 5, 2011 by James P Krehbiel
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    Although American TV includes popular shows like “Grace and Frankie,” about two women friends whose husbands dump them to marry each other, apparently it is not suitable to talk about homosexuality at a Boulder-area charter school.
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    The European Union joined the United States on Sunday in condemning a Russian crackdown on "undesirable" NGOs, calling it a "worrying step" that would stifle free speech.
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