Monthly Archives: May 2015

Hiding in the Light by Rifqa Bary

For most of us who have grown up in America, religious persecution is something we can only vaguely fathom. Many of us take our right to have our own religious beliefs, lack thereof, for granted. It’s something our ancestors fought … Continue reading

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Social Media and Texting- A Social and Emotional Death

I just watched a really compelling video that my brother in law, who is an insurance agent, posted on Facebook. It was about text messaging while driving killing or crippling people. All over one silly message, such as “Yeah” or … Continue reading

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Making Your Own Baby Food Made Easy

The Amazing Make-Ahead Baby Food Book— sounds like a book for a “health nut”, right? Well, let me tell you, I do not in any way, shape or form consider myself a “health nut” (no offense to anyone who does … Continue reading

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When Grace Sings by Kim Vogel Sawyer

Some series of novels are made to carry on a cast of beloved characters with no real direction and some series are created with a purpose in mind; The Zimmerman Restoration Trilogy was written with a purpose and so far … Continue reading

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