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Happy TGTD To You! (Tell God Thanks Day)

Happy TGTD!  (Tell God Thanks Day)  I wish you and your family a peaceful, grateful day today.  May you be overcome with joy as you realize God’s blessings on your life and thank Him for all He has done for … Continue reading

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American Movies & TV, Get Real! (You Are Out Of Touch With The Real World!)

Most American media, although it loves to throw around the phrase reality TV, is almost completely out of touch with the real world. In real world America, most people pray.  So when was the last time a popular TV network or movie showed even one person praying? In … Continue reading

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Quotes About How War Is Failure

Here are some quotations about how resorting to the violence of war is failure.  Personally, I believer war to be humanity’s greatest failure.  So why is war applauded and lauded, glorified and honored by our culture?  Is failure something that we should encourage?  Shouldn’t … Continue reading

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“Southern Spirit” Article About A Unique Church In Nashville

Atmosphere of acceptance May 6th, 2011 Berry Street Worship Center is all about openness, love Upon entering the Berry Street Worship Center near downtown Nashville, Tenn., visitors are greeted by soldier Steven Morton; their kids are taken next door by … Continue reading

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America’s Big War Wasn’t “Civil”

America had a big war–brother against brother.  It was started 150 years ago.  They called it “civil,” but it was not. Hundreds of thousands of Americans were slaughtered by battle and disease. The physical devastation was tremendous–billions of dollars spent … Continue reading

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