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As Moms, Encourage One Another

I've spent the last day or so trying to find a way to better recommend Brianna's Being a Mom post. Trouble is, I'm not a mom. I don't have children. No one asks me about my kids. My neighbors may … Continue reading

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Learning from Someone's Personal Story

A bunch of very interesting Other Posts of Note have cropped up recently. Brian's How to Get Eternal Life, Amber's So she hired a hit man?, and most recently Kara's thoughts on Heaven is for Real. This last post contains … Continue reading

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Careful What You Post Online

One of my friends has a secret social media account. She posts stuff there she doesn't want anyone she knows to know about. It's a cathartic experience for her where she can let slip all the dark, nasty, painful things … Continue reading

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Stuff I Think You'll Find Interesting

Have you ever felt worn out defending your decision to homeschool? Have you been thinking about the latest Supreme Court ruling on marriage and how Christians should respond? Has someone asked you about socialization yet again? Have you been scouring … Continue reading

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Are you ok?

I was thinking of writing a post exploring why Calvin's teacher--from Calvin and Hobbes--is an unhappy person. But then I read Part 2 of Grateful for Grace's abortion story, and nothing I could write today could matter as much. The … Continue reading

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Forums, Friends, and Family

As I swung by Facebook earlier today to see what had happened there over the weekend, I was greeted with all the posts about the latest Forum updates. The more I thought about it, the more I appreciated the tremendous … Continue reading

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Technology and Translation

Jesus's ministry benefited from the "social network" of His day: The Roman roads. Never before in history--I'm told--was it so easy to travel. And with this ease, information could spread quickly. How much more true is this today! You may … Continue reading

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