Monthly Archives: February 2013

Grandmother says… Carrots, Eggs, or Coffee; “Which are you?”

A young woman went to her grandmother and told her about her life and how things were so hard for her. She did not know how she was going to make it and wanted to give up. She was tired … Continue reading

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Having a Good Attitude in Striving

Judges 4:9-10 The Message (MSG)”She (Deborah) said, “Of course I’ll go with you. But understand that with an attitude like that; there’ll be no glory in it for you. God will use a woman’s hand to take care of Sisera.” … Continue reading

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Just in, a digital Postcard from Red Cross Volunteer PJ Doyle: Photo credit: PJ Doyle/American Red Cross The 2013 Hattiesburg, Mississippi tornado was a large and violent EF4 multiple-vortex wedge tornado that devastated portions…

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From Girlfriends in God

This was so good I just had to pass it along this morning! February 26, 2013 Jesus, Take the Wheel Mary Southerland Today’s Truth Be anxious for nothing, but in everything by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your requests … Continue reading

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Top 4 Ways to Reprogram Your Metabolism

Re-posted from http://www.DrColbert.com Gone are the days of blaming your metabolism! Contrary to popular belief, your metabolism is not something beyond your control, or hard to change. “Your metabolism is not fixed,” explains diet coach and author, Kimberly Willis, PhD. … Continue reading

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Stories from my experiences with the ARC

One good thing that my Dad taught my brother and me was the idea that it is not a right to live in a community but a privilege and we had to give back to it. My brother chose to … Continue reading

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