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Philipp Nicolai: 26 October AD 1608 Nicolai was born in Waldeck, Germany 10 August 1556, the son of a Lutheran pastor. He entered the University of Erfurt and in 1576 he went to Wittenberg. For four y ... discuss

In 1975, Frankie MacQueen was born with cerebral palsy. Cerebral palsy is a neurological disorder that causes impairment of motor function due to brain injury or abnormal development of the brain. Mos ... discuss

  Books are free at the time I found the links and pasted them here. This changes sometimes, so be sure to note the price before you add it to your cart. Sometimes, for some reason, the links ge ... discuss

Schereschewsky was born in Tauroggen, Russian Lithuania 6 May 1831. He appears to have been named for his father. His mother was Rosa Salvatha. Orphaned as a young boy, it is speculated he was raised ... discuss

Outside my window...The site of Rosie's last cross country match this year.I am thinking...how amazing Noah's race was. Last year he finished 10th on the JV race, and this year he ran a personal best ... discuss

Happy feast of St. Augustine to all. I just finished reading City of God this month. Here is a brief quote from it:"But that grief which arises in the hearts of the pious, who are persecuted by the ma ... discuss

9 August AD 1976 Lutheran pastor and theologian Hermann Otto Erich Sasse was born on 17 July 1895 at Sonnewalde, Lower Lusatia (Lausitz), Germany. He was the eldest of five children born to pharmacis ... discuss

In a recent post on the Orthodox Christian Network, Christina Pessemier makes the case that Orthodox Christians should not spank their children. She does not address any of the Scriptures that actuall ... discuss

The Star-Spangled Banner, which can be seen at the National Museum of American History.  by Amy A. Kass, Leon R. Kass & Diana Schaub, Intercollegiate Review: Can the American flag contribute to a ... discuss

I'm in a unique position that I wonder if I share with any other Philippine adoptive parent.  Probably so.Our family had the distinct pleasure of adopting from The Philippines FOUR TIMES while we ... discuss

I’m so sorry for disappearing. We’ve had so much going on lately that blogging never quite makes it to the top of my to-do list. Perry has been job hunting, networking, and doing some temp ... discuss

1 February AD 1855 German pastor and theologian Klaus Harms was born at Fahrstedt, Schleswig-Holstein on 25 May 1778 and baptized the next day in the neighboring community of Marne. Before entering u ... discuss

We now come to the final part (Part 5) of my review of the book Translating Truth. The previous 4 parts looked at the foreword by Packer (Part 1), and then the first four chapters by Grudem ... discuss

Small request - if you read this blog regularly, would you mind follow this blog on the Google Friend connect in the right side bar?  Thanks so much! Outside my window... The prairies, fores ... discuss

Small request - if you read this blog regularly, would you mind follow this blog on the Google Friend connect in the right side bar?  Thanks so much! Outside my window... The prairies, fores ... discuss

I have done this twice before and like to revive the tradition every two years-ish. The first one was written in 2009 and the last one was written in late 2011 so I think it's time to do one again, es ... discuss

About ten years ago, I wrote this article for a parenting magazine, and it's been on my mind again lately because I'm at yet another stage of life wherein I feel like "a new mom."Homeschooling this ye ... discuss

Walking With Mary is the truly lovely new book from Edward Sri, who has already given us a number of beautiful, edifying works. Given that there are so many resources available to us about t ... discuss

9 August AD 1976 Lutheran pastor and theologian Hermann Otto Erich Sasse was born on 17 July 1895 at Sonnewalde, Lower Lusatia (Lausitz), Germany. He was the eldest of five children born to pharmacist ... discuss

Book list 2012/13 Rosie Grade 3 Image of God for 3rd Grade Pathway Readers Saxon Math MCP Phonics Harmony Arts The Wand Spelling Wisdom  From Simply CharlotteMason.com Creation Scien ... discuss

In my Bible reading plan this Lent, reading through the entire Bible in 40 days, I consumed Leviticus up to chapter 15, a little over half way. I studied this book a few years ago with some co-workers ... discuss

This woman blames her ruined marriage on an overbearing mom who forced her to practice eight hours daily on the violin.She got married to get away from her stage mom.  At 17, I received a proposa ... discuss

Liturgically, the Christmas season is still five weeks and change away; we’re not even into Advent yet.  Alas, we’re governed by the marketing calendar, which begins to push us to buy fo ... discuss

Clive Staples Lewis ("Jack" Lewis to his friends) was a tutor and lecturer at Oxford University, and later Professor of Medieval and Renaissance English Literature at Cambridge University. In the judg ... discuss

The Saint of the Day for November 19 is Saint Rapahel Kalinowski. Saint Rapahel was born in 1835 as Joseph, son of Andrew and Josepha Kalinowski in present day Lithuania. Saint Raphael felt a call to ... discuss

Outside my window... Dark and gloomy - it is starting to look like fall around here. I am thinking... about so many things.  I have been looking at some of the discussions I had on Facebook w ... discuss

Today we remember one of the Anglican Fathers who helped to define our tradition as separate from either Rome or Geneva.Hooker was born in March 1554 in Heavitree, Exeter from a good family, but one t ... discuss

No, I am not rewriting what today is. It is still a day on which we commemorate those who have passed as well as those who are currently in Purgatory, waiting to get into Heaven. However, on the way h ... discuss

Outside my window... A little red flower that decided to bloom in the Indian Summer we had last week. I wanted to get a picture of it before Frankenstorm hits Ohio! I am thinking... about the l ... discuss

Philipp Nicolai: 26 October AD 1608 Nicolai was born in Waldeck, Germany 10 August 1556, the son of a Lutheran pastor. He entered the University of Erfurt and in 1576 he went to Wittenberg. For four y ... discuss

Once you train Hatha Yoga and fitness, you are required several queries. Although awareness of Yoga and fitness, and its lessons, has increased, lots of people are just finding several of the benefits ... discuss

Outside my window... I am thinking... about how the busyness of the fall sports season is about to be transitioned into the business of the holiday preparation season!! Ha! and I already have so ... discuss

Outside my window... Fall is here! I am thinking... about the personal repercussions if Romney does not win the White house next month. I have my parents' property to sell.  Some of it has be ... discuss

Once you train Hatha Yoga and fitness, you are required several queries. Although awareness of Yoga and fitness, and its lessons, has increased, lots of people are just finding several of the benefits ... discuss

(1 April 1827 – 20 September 1871) was an Anglican bishop and martyr.Patteson was educated at The King's School, Ottery St Mary, Eton and then Balliol College, Oxford. He was ordained in 1853 in the ... discuss

  e=4>o'narcissist suggested, during a CBS interview [Dec 2011], that his domestic and foreign policy achievements over his first term surpass any other United States president, 'with the ... discuss

9 August AD 1976 Lutheran pastor and theologian Hermann Otto Erich Sasse was born on 17 July 1895 at Sonnewalde, Lower Lusatia (Lausitz), Germany. He was the eldest of five children born to pharmacist ... discuss

So I have been busy, busy, busy.  Working and volunteering and organizing myself and my kids.  There are a lot of changes coming.  It is very odd to go from being home all day to being ... discuss

You become the 1st Bishop of the newly formed diocese of Dubuque.No this is not a joke. The event took place while he was a seminarian for the Archdiocese of Lyon, France. Because he had trouble learn ... discuss

It’s Thursday again, and this week the 4 Moms are tackling the question, “What do you do when the children need to learn things you can’t teach (a foreign language, dissecting, trig, etc ... discuss

"Bajo ninguna circunstancia un proveedor de salud mental realizará esfuerzos de reorientación de la confusión de identidad sexual con un paciente menor de 18 años de edad, aunque lo manifieste la ... discuss

I take a lot of pictures with my iPhone. I love to edit them, add filters, crop, make collages, and play with them until I have a visual work of art. The tools on my iPhone provide me with an endless ... discuss

Today we commemorate St. Arsenius the Great.  St. Arsenius, an Anchorite, was born in 354 at Rome and died in 450 at Troe, in Egypt. Theodosius the Great, having requested the Emperor G ... discuss

Enrico Cancelli foi mais forte que as dificuldadesROMA, quarta-feira, 18 de julho de 2012 (ZENIT.org) - Enrico Cancelli, jovem de Trieste, no nordeste italiano, deu um pontapé nas limitações impost ... discuss

The Saint of the Day for July 19   is St. Arsenius.St. Arsenius, an Anchorite, was born in 354 at Rome and died in 450 at Troe, in Egypt.Theodosius the Great, having requested the Emperor Gratian ... discuss

I like to tell people who ask about homeschooling that we've been homeschooling since birth. I believe all parents are homeschoolers in some way — even if they don't realize it. After all, who taugh ... discuss

Earning money online can be easy knowing where you should look. A high level00 higher education going student, then you can make money online to help your situation in lots of ways. All you need to be ... discuss

This post was originally part of a Carnival of Homeschooling. I decided to pull out the History of Home Education in America part and make it a post of its own.  I’m not a scholar, and this is ... discuss

Along with 5Linx coming on it is 10th year wedding anniversary, it is becoming more popular than in the past. After all if can provide homeowners already attained success and wealth in their life are ... discuss

There are a number martial arts equipment of reasons that people are taking up martial arts training as a hobby, ranging from the prospect of good physical exercise to self defense, to boosting self e ... discuss

Born Penelope in Magedon of Persia during the reign of Constantine the Great (306-337 AD) of the governor Licinius and his wife Licinia. One day, while sitting in the tower her father had built for he ... discuss

Known as Mark Rey and the "Poor Man's Lawyer," Fidelis was born in 1577 at Sigmaringen, Prussia. His studies took him to the University of Freiburg and eventually to the position of tutor for Wilhelm ... discuss

Herd bound horses can become dangerous if the problem is certainly not nipped in the bud right away. Still it’s among those problems that so many people are struggling to deal with as it takes a ... discuss

Undoubtedly an old curse “may you have several employees. inch For some businesspeople, handling employee matters is the best of their list designed for problems. Therefore what’s small co ... discuss

born in 1686, became a Fellow of Emmanuel College, Cambridge in 1711, but in 1714, at the death of Queen Anne, he became a non-Juror: that is to say, he found himself unable to take the required oath ... discuss

This isn't exactly a dilemma, as it is me at the last minute scrambling to change plans. Here's the background. Our family celebrates the resurrection of Jesus every single Sunday when we take comm ... discuss

Inside my 6 a lot of committing to silver and gold, For a nice and enquired this query often times: InchesHow do you purchase gold and silver coins?Inches, where, I respond: “The reason why you ... discuss

Richard de Wyche was born in 1197 at Droitwyche, the son of a prosperous yeoman farmer. He and his brother were orphaned at an early age, and an incompetent guardian wasted the inheritance. Richard wo ... discuss

(April 25, 1792 – March 29, 1866) was an English churchman, one of the leaders of the Oxford Movement, and gave his name to Keble College, Oxford (1870).John Keble, born 1792, ordained Priest in 181 ... discuss

My junior year I took a year off of my chemistry studies and went on an adventure.  I spent a year studying English literature, philosophy and Latin at Blackfriars College, a part of Oxford ... discuss

We aren't saying much, because there's nothing to say, but we are still sad over the loss to our family.  If you've been there, you've been there, if not, there's nothing to say that will explain ... discuss

From: aaivrpa Sent: Tuesday, February 28, 2012 Subject:  Thomas Jefferson There are two parts to this message about Thomas Jefferson.  Be sure to read the 2nd part (in RED.)  Thomas Jef ... discuss

I'm sure I'm not guilty of it.  Do I want to be happy in this life?  It would be nice.  Do I want my children to be happy?  Of course I do.  Do I go out of my way to seek plea ... discuss

Outside my window... Really cool picture by Tim Fitzwater via the Ohio Group on Flickr. This is about what it looks like here in this unusual February winter - the plants and everything are still ... discuss

When is Lent this year?This coming Wednesday, February 22, is Ash Wednesday, the first day of Lent. Lent ends with the start of the Mass of the Lord's Supper on Good Thursday, April 5, and Easter Sund ... discuss

Today is the feast of St. Claude de la Columbiere (1641-1682), a Jesuit missionary, who was the brilliant and holy spiritual director of St. Saint Margaret Mary Alacoque.Claude de la Colombiere is bes ... discuss

1 February AD 1855German pastor and theologian Klaus Harms was born at Fahrstedt, Schleswig-Holstein on 25 May 1778 and baptized the next day in the neighboring community of Marne. Before entering uni ... discuss

This week we will look at the final portion of the oldcovenant that God spoke to Moses. The terms of the old covenant are containedin the portion of Scripture that starts at Exodus 20:1 and runs throu ... discuss

Book Details:   • Author: Simonetta Carr   • Category: Children’s Books   • Publisher: P & R Publishing (2011)   &# ... discuss

Infertility is heartbreaking and it seems that nearly everyone, myself included, has a family member or close friend or colleague that has tried IVF to have a child.  Many people are relucta ... discuss

Osama Bin Laden's legacy: It will depend in part on what Obama does next. - Slate Magazine Hitchens on Osama Bin Ladens capture and legacy. Donald J. Boudreaux: If Supermarkets Were Like Public Schoo ... discuss

[With the war over in August of 1945, scribe Guy Murdoch of the Bigelow Sanford Uniteds Soccer club devoted his final \"Bible Story\" to his own son, Daniel \"Bus\" Murdoch. This from the July-August ... discuss

Clive Staples Lewis ("Jack" Lewis to his friends) was a tutor and lecturer at Oxford University, and later Professor of Medieval and Renaissance English Literature at Cambridge University. In the judg ... discuss

The Saint of the Day for November 19 is Saint Raphael Kalinowski. Saint Rapahel was born in 1835 as Joseph, son of Andrew and Josepha Kalinowski in present day Lithuania. Saint Raphael felt a call t ... discuss

[Wherein we learn how the Uniteds Soccer Club got their name, and of two guests named Guest, from the January, 1945 issue of the Uniteds PX, as ghosted by Guy Murdoch.]A BIBLE STORYBy Luke A. Round&nb ... discuss

Today we remember one of the Anglican Fathers who helped to define our tradition as separate from either Rome or Geneva.Hooker was born in March 1554 in Heavitree, Exeter from a good family, but one t ... discuss

Philipp Nicolai: 26 October AD 1608Nicolai was born in Waldeck, Germany 10 August 1556, the son of a Lutheran pastor. He entered the University of Erfurt and in 1576 he went to Wittenberg. For four ye ... discuss

There werethree great feasts that the people of Israel were commanded to keep everyyear: Passover; the Feast of Firstfruits; and the Feast of Ingathering. Thesewere three feasts that were to remind t ... discuss

9 August AD 1976 Lutheran pastor and theologian Hermann Otto Erich Sasse was born on 17 July 1895 at Sonnewalde, Lower Lusatia (Lausitz), Germany. He was the eldest of five children born to pharmacis ... discuss

Upright  ( Read this on the Web at http://patriotpost.us/edition/2011/07/27/chronicle/ ) Obama seems to think he is Caesar     "At his Friday news conference-cum-tantrum ... discuss

Between 6 p.m. Friday and 4 p.m. Sunday, the nation began a constitutional course-correction. The current occupant's vanity and naivete — a dangerous amalgam — are causing the modern presidency to ... discuss

Even though we homeschool, I have still had a number of teachers instruct my children in addition to the subjects we covered at home. Mainly these have been in art and music, but also academic subject ... discuss

I first started working as a home-instruction tutor when Big Brother was about 3 years old.  I'm still listed as a tutor with one of the 3 districts in which I worked; the other two have contract ... discuss

I truly didn't forget to blog this - I just ran out of time last week!! Gabriel aka Gabe, turned 16 last week on the Feast of Mary Magdalene. I like to think that things happen for a reason and I tol ... discuss

The Saint of the Day for July 19 is St. Arsenius.Anchorite; born 354, at Rome; died 450, at Troe, in Egypt. Theodosius the Great having requested the Emperor Gratian and Pope Damasus to find him in th ... discuss

From: baja Sent: Thursday, June 30, 2011 Subject: Thomas Jefferson Thomas Jefferson  was a very remarkable man who started learning very  early in life and never  stopped.   & ... discuss

Today is the feast day of St. Irenaeus of Lyon. He is the linchpin in my spiritually geneology as a Catholic. St. Irenaeus was a disciple of St. Polycarp of Smyrna. St. Polycarp was a disciple of St. ... discuss

Today we commemorate Leo and Irenaeus. According to Butler:He (Leo) was by birth a Silician, eminent for his piety, and perfectly skilled in the Latin and Greek tongues, in the church music, and both ... discuss

I am not sure how to go about describing my dilemma so you may have to be patient with me as you read.  In  the churches I attended growing up, there was much emphasis on believing bibl ... discuss

Before we begin this section, I want to remind us all that this Law—from the Ten Commandments through the end of Deuteronomy—this Law serves many purposes. One of those purposes is to paint a pict ... discuss

IV. Paul defends the gospel—2:15-6:16 continued... 7. We are no longer in need of a tutor (Law)—3:23-29 3:23—But before faith came, we were kept in custody under the law, being shut up to the ... discuss

From astronomy to philosophy Catholics have made an extraordinary contribution to western civilisation, says Fr Andrew Pinsent From The Catholic Herald (UK)By Father Andrew Pinsent Physicist Stephe ... discuss

Outside my window... Mr. Pete and I have two old Maple trees that I love very much... but they are old and I knew that they weren't healthy.  Also one of the trees is planted right over the was ... discuss

Born Penelope in Magedon of Persia during the reign of Constantine the Great (306-337 AD) of the governor Licinius and his wife Licinia. One day, while sitting in the tower her father had built for he ... discuss

Outside my window... Dear Rain, please go away.  I am thoroughly sick of you! I am thinking... about the trifecta of good things from over the weekend! The Royal Wedding. The Beatification of ... discuss

(From 04/10)born in 1686, became a Fellow of Emmanuel College, Cambridge in 1711, but in 1714, at the death of Queen Anne, he became a non-Juror: that is to say, he found himself unable to take the r ... discuss

(from 04/03)Richard de Wyche was born in 1197 at Droitwyche, the son of a prosperous yeoman farmer. He and his brother were orphaned at an early age, and an incompetent guardian wasted the inheritance ... discuss

(April 25, 1792 – March 29, 1866) was an English churchman, one of the leaders of the Oxford Movement, and gave his name to Keble College, Oxford (1870).John Keble, born 1792, ordained Priest in 181 ... discuss

Today we remember Rupert, Apostle of the Bavarians and John of Damascus.Butler has this to say about Rupert:HE was, by birth, a Frenchman, and of royal blood; but still more illustrious for his learni ... discuss

COCONUT CREEK, FL (MetroCatholic) – Instead of spending their Spring Break lounging on the beach, 15 students and three faculty members from The University of Central Florida (UCF) in Orlando, t ... discuss

Last time we saw that the reason God commanded the people of Israel to keep the Sabbath was as a reminder that in six literal, 24-hour days God created the heavens and the earth, the sea and all that ... discuss

MIKE PENCERECLAIMING THE REPUBLICAN PARTY ANDTHE AMERICAN DREAMbyChris Dicksonhttp://mikepencethebook.blogspot.com By Quin Hillyer on 9.20.10 @ 8:03PM Fresh off coming in first place in the pr ... discuss

We are beginning a brand new series, studying what we call “The Law.” You may hear it called “The OT Law” or “The Law of God” or “The Mosaic Law.” And you may hear people teaching that ... discuss

American culture seems to be most interested in who God isn’t. Many hold that claims made about God put him in a box and because we really can’t know anything about him (so they say) we shou ... discuss

by Elizabeth Petrik, April 2004“[S]trange as it may appear I am quite content to live without believing in a bogey who is prepared to torture me forever,” Lewis once wrote to a friend who had expr ... discuss

Greetings Friends and Family, As I have prepared for leaving for Ecuador, I thought it would be only proper to give you a little idea of what I will be doing in Ecuador. Hunh? Isn't the Equator ... discuss

Greetings Friends and Family, As I have prepared for leaving for Ecuador, I thought it would be only proper to give you a little idea of what I will be doing in Ecuador. Hunh? Isn't the Equator ... discuss

I didn't even plan to write my first blog back from my hiatus (I am free from homeworkland!) on St. Joseph of Cupertino's feast day but it all happened that way. I think it's entirely appropriate beca ... discuss

David Brainerd by Jeremy D. Lantz Used with permission "Only eternity will reveal how many fires of evangelistic zeal have been lit by the perusal of the acc ... discuss

Stem Cell Research for Multiple Sclerosis Today is a lucky day for us as we get an up close and personal look at Dr. Roberto Fernandez Vina, the chairman of the Repair Stem Cell Institute’s Scie ... discuss

This morning, I received my long awaited phone call the remedy one of the errors in tricare's system.I wasn't expecting it, and really just had forgotten about it at the moment. a lot had been on my m ... discuss

Japanese create stem cells from wisdom teethProving once more that there is a way to protect life and further lifesaving research at the same time! And...I still have all my wisdom teeth!tags: Cathol ... discuss

Intelligence Report | PARADE MagazineParade magazine had a small article about homeschooling and is running a poll: Should parents need teaching credentials to home-school their kids?This is what I f ... discuss

I can't believe it!Isabella casually mentioned to me that Christina read the word CAT on the Starfall website, with the sound off (meaning she had to read it by herself).In the normal linguistic deve ... discuss

Many people think Jesus is just kinda there, and that when you get in trouble—just holler and He’ll come bail you out. Others think that He was just a really good role model. We know Him as so muc ... discuss

Christopher Hitchens on Hillary's Lies HT: Weekly Standard: The punishment visited on Sen. Hillary Clinton for her flagrant, hysterical, repetitive, pathological lying about her visit to Bosnia should ... discuss

...but they still made me cry.For the past few days my allergies have been in high gear. I don't know if it's what's growing on the trees, or the 4 dogs at the house where I tutor (one Basset, one be ... discuss

Here is some of the pertinent text of the recent ruling (you can read the 18 page ruling for yourself here):...It is clear to us that enrollment andattendance in a public full-time day school is requ ... discuss

Tony Perkins of the Family Research Council writes about the recent "home-schoolers are criminals" decision in California: What started out as a simple child welfare case in California has resulted in ... discuss

Digital Photography Tutorialstags: photosThe Socratic Methodtags: logic17 Stunning Wide Angle Imagestags: photosInternet Public Library: Music History 102tags: history, homeschool, musicEnglishScholar ... discuss

Tony Perkins, Family Research Council: What started out as a simple child welfare case in California has resulted in the most sweeping rejection of homeschooling in state history. By a 3-0 decision, a ... discuss

Parents in the Socialist Republic of California should never forget to whom their kids belong. Them? Um, no. God? Oh please. No. The State? Finally -- yes, of course (duh).[California] statutes requi ... discuss

From Citizen Outreach: By: Chuck Muth Parents of 166,000 students could face criminal charges ‘Breathtaking’ decision on homeschooling now moving to California Supreme Court —& ... discuss

Last night I got to go to an informational lecture about parental rights in America. The first speaker was Steve Spencer. He gave his testimony as a parent facing 11 years worth of litigation from his ... discuss

What is Lent?“Lent is a retreat that the Church gives us in order to re-focus on what should be first in our lives. The purpose of Jesus' life was to glorify the Father and save the world. ..Lent is ... discuss

I just read, over at "The World...IMHO" that many high schools do not have a policy in place that grants adequate maternity leave to pregnant students.I've worked as a homebound tutor for over 13 year ... discuss

Please post your responses or links or acknowledgments to http://quakerclass.blogspot.com/2007/11/what-privilege-do-you-have.html The list is based on an exercise developed by Will Barratt, Meagan ... discuss

This is the time of year that many stores, many businesses prepare for all year long. No matter how they do during the other 11 months, they always gear up for Christmas. They plan out their sales, th ... discuss

A week before the National Right to Life Committee endorsed Fred Thompson, I blogged he had disqualified himself from my list of presidential primary picks following his Nov. 4 interview on "Meet the ... discuss

A week before the National Right to Life Committee endorsed Fred Thompson, I blogged he had disqualified himself from my list of presidential primary picks following his Nov. 4 interview on "Meet th ... discuss

Clearly the National Right to Life Committee attempted to tutor Fred Thompson between his November 4 interview on Meet the Press and November 18 interview on This Week with George Stephanopoulos. But ... discuss

Clearly the National Right to Life Committee attempted to tutor Fred Thompson between his November 4 interview on Meet the Press and November 18 interview on This Week with George Stephanopoulos. ... discuss

What a wonderful prolife effort at my alma mater:At-risk moms find 'BFFs' at Notre DameIn my Very Part-Time Work as a homebound tutor, I have had the opportunity to work with at least five girls who g ... discuss

Yesterday I headed over to Big Brother's high school to help process orders for their magazine sale fundraiser. I hate fundraisers like this, but it's a way I can help during the school day, which is ... discuss

"Do not covet your neighbor's house; do not covet your neighbor's wife, his male or female slave, his ox, his donkey or anything that belongs to your neighbor." Exodus 20:17 (The Complete Jewish Bible ... discuss

Photo by KronosIN LITURGICAL TIMEMass readingsA saint for today: St. Gerard... At some time in the early 11th century, he left his monastery to go on pilgrimage to Jerusalem. Tradition tells us that w ... discuss

Psalm 127:3 Lo, children are an heritage of the LORD: and the fruit of the womb is his reward. I have been planning to join the homeschool open house, hosted by Tiany, for the last couple of weeks, bu ... discuss

So, today is my 28th wedding anniversary. Mr. Pete and I somehow got into the habit of downplaying this event, although for our tenth we had an anniversary/baptism party and for our 25th we had our m ... discuss

After touring the US to promote a documentary about the Kumari goddesses of Nepal, the divine status of ten-year-old goddess Sajani Shakya has been revoked. A 10-year-old girl who is worshipped as a ... discuss

When you make an important choice, you want to have as much information as you can get.But the left, who have given us ingredient lists and warning labels on every food and medicine we see, believe th ... discuss

Last weekend, I was a guest of Teen Mania at their last Battle Cry event for the year, held at the Nissan Pavilion in Virginia. I was a little afraid that I might have ruined the coolness factor for ... discuss

Thanksgiving is only weeks away and the sweater weather here in America has already started. As we watch the pretty leaves change across the countryside and get ready to feast with our families, let's ... discuss

Philipp Nicolai: 26 October AD 1608Nicolai was born in Waldeck, Germany 10 August 1556, the son of a Lutheran pastor. He entered the University of Erfurt and in 1576 he went to Wittenberg. For four ye ... discuss

I recall watching one of the debates between then-Governor Bush and Vice President Gore - it was the “townhall” debate, the one where the candidates could stroll about the stage and answer ... discuss

See update below. Doctor charged in drive-by shooting of bicyclist DICKINSON, Texas — A doctor has been charged in the drive-by shooting of a bicyclist who is now recovering at the hospital wher ... discuss

What a wonderful portrait! Sam and the Perfect World by David Lenz is a finalist in the Smithsonian's National Portrait Gallery 2006 Portrait Competition. Hooray! And read Lenz's Artist's Statemen ... discuss

Today’s Evening Devotional, by Charles Spurgeon. “Being born again, not of corruptible seed, but of incorruptible.” - 1 Peter 1:23 Peter most earnestly exhorted the scattered saints to love ... discuss

I thought I would share with everyone the work that one of my favorite organizations is doing in Latin America. Great Commission Latin America is a church planting, leadership development, and communi ... discuss

I know this is going to sound like a broken record to most of you who read regularly (and to those of you who read the PK-K curriculum post (we recycled a lot of curriculum), but please forgive me. In ... discuss

Tagged by Miss Mel in Paradise: Four Jobs You've Had Easter Bunny at the Mall Intern, Christian Pro-Life Foundation Various Bookstores Tutor for Homeschool Students Four Places You've Lived A remote i ... discuss

From Basil's Blog, yet another Meme, here we go: FOUR JOBS YOU'VE HAD IN YOUR LIFE 1) Tech. Support Agent 2) Tutor 3) Newspaper Reporter 4) Taco Bell Crew Person FOUR MOVIES YOU COULD WATCH OVER A ... discuss

1.   Introduction   What is The Reformation and what is a Reformer?   The term Reformer is used to describe those men who desired to reach back to the foundations of the Word of ... discuss

This article first appeared on my website under the Studies section back in 2001. Note: This Greek font will be necessary to view the Greek in this article. Introduction In the Greek, gospel is EU ... discuss

From the Washington Post comes this disheartening article on how children are being given stones instead of bread for their educational sustenance: "...The Washington-based Center on Education Polic ... discuss

by Elizabeth Petrik, April 2004 “[S]trange as it may appear I am quite content to live without believing in a bogey who is prepared to torture me forever,” Lewis once wrote to a friend who had ... discuss

I used to tutor Behavior Theory classes when I was a junior at Memphis State University. Another name for the class was Learning Theory. You know, this is the class where you learn about Pavlov's ... discuss




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