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Heroes left out of Memorial Day

Are there others who should be remembered on Memorial Day? Have we forgotten about some of the world’s greatest heroes? On Memorial Day we remember those who fought with violence, death and destruction. Perhaps we should also remember those who … Continue reading

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Hey You! Grow Gutsy In God’s Gospel! (got guts?)

If you don’t grow gutsy in God’s Gospel, you will succumb to society’s seducing spell! The Bible says: “Christ in you–the hope of glory!” Not “Christ in the preacher/pastor–the hope of glory.” “Don’t underestimate the power of God in you, … Continue reading

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Meek Means “Mighty By Another Power”

Who is meek?  Not the milk toast nor the mouse nor the wimp.  They won’t inherit the earth. Meek does not mean “weak, fearful, or timid.”  It means “being mighty by yielding your life and will to another power.”  Because … Continue reading

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66 Books (That Everybody Needs To Read)

There are 66 books that everybody needs to read.  These books were written by more than 40 diverse authors — rich people and poor people, intellectuals and uneducated folks.   These 66 books were written over a 1,500 year time period.  Some of these books … Continue reading

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Top Ten Greatest Americans #10 — Dorothy Day

This is the first in a series of 10 articles that incorporate black history into American history with a list of my personal Top Ten Greatest Americans.   Number ten is Dorothy Day. “No one has a right to sit down … Continue reading

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