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    The Storyteller’s Daughter Pt. 4 (Ready to Go)

    By Debby Davis | May 7, 2021

    Someplace between the last day of my seventeenth year and the next day, when I turned eighteen, I grew up. …

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    The Second Guessing Syndrome

    By Debra Gaskill | December 11, 2020

    I walked up to the sign-in table of the Children’s Ministry at the mega church I attended–three young children in tow. You had to get your kids signed in early on Sunday morning or the classes might be full. Happy that I was ahead of schedule, I smiled at the…

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    The Storyteller’s Daughter Pt. 4 (Ready to Go)

    By Debby Davis | May 7, 2021

    Someplace between the last day of my seventeenth year and the next day, when I turned eighteen, I grew up.  At least that is the way my dad treated me.  A few days after my eighteenth birthday, I asked him if I should go to music school or Bible school. …

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    When the Walls Fall

    By Debby Davis | December 22, 2020

    “Grandfather, how will I know what to do? You have told me so many times that I am special. But what does that mean? What will I do that is so important?” The old man leaned over and scooped up the tiny girl. She was small, but he could see…

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    Trump’s Ban on Facebook Is “Permanent”

    By Jack Watts | May 5, 2021

    Facebook’s Oversight Board has just announced that former President Donald Trump will remain banned from its platform. This decision, which is a victory for liberals and Progressives, is certain to set the tone for further censorship of political leaders and those of us who express political opinions on Facebook. There…

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    By Debby Davis | April 23, 2021

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    By Jack Watts | April 21, 2021

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    By Jack Watts | April 19, 2021

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    By Debby Davis | April 16, 2021

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