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Jesus Freaks

As a young teenager, I took music lessons at a local music school. My teacher, a nice young man and very patient instructor, surprised me one day by venting against Jesus Freaks.  Not being committed to my faith and questioning Christian teaching, I was afraid to...

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Conspiracy Theories

Each time I turn on the radio or internet, I am inundated with news about Covid-19 and new developments. It seems my social media feeds are peppered with conspiracy theories which verge on the scary but are closer to ridiculous. There are accusations of government...

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The Sermon

My pastor-son just texted me to say he would be preaching on Mother's Day. Now normally I am hungry to hear him preach. He lives 4000 km away, and I don't get to see him much. Especially not this year with COVID-19 halting all travel. But besides all of that, hearing...

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A Role Reversal

As a reader, I enjoy a story which has a surprise and isn’t too predictable.  A good author knows how to draw the reader in and build fascination.  Few things do this like a plot reversal, when the story seems to be heading one way, but suddenly changes so the...

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A Beautiful Gift

My mother taught me the basic stitches of embroidery when I was young, and I have continued doing this needlework all my life.  It is an enjoyable and rewarding hobby, and I glory in the colourful threads and canvas, slowly revealing its beautiful pattern.  In case...

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A Center of Influence

Perhaps you have heard the term “a centre of influence”? In the banking industry, such a person is very influential, because he/she can improve your market access and believability through referrals, testimonials and impact on other important contacts. There are a...

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