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    The Story Teller’s Daughter (The Beginning)

    The Story Teller’s Daughter (The Beginning)

    By Debby Davis | April 16, 2021

    “Rise and shine for the glory of the Lord has risen upon you.” Those were the words that my sister…

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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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    FAITH

    The Story Teller’s Daughter (The Beginning)

    The Story Teller’s Daughter (The Beginning)

    By Debby Davis | April 16, 2021

    “Rise and shine for the glory of the Lord has risen upon you.” Those were the words that my sister and I woke up to as our dad, Charles Wesley Elwell, would throw open our bedroom door and flick on the lights.  Daddy was serious about serving Jesus.  But it…

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    FAMILY

    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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    GOVERNMENT

    Biden’s “Corrupt Power Grab”

    By Jack Watts | April 14, 2021

    From the time of Marbury v. Madison in 1803, the issue of a free and independent judiciary has been established in the United States. Although often frustrating and irritating, our system of justice has worked well, upholding the Rule of Law consistently and repeatedly for over two centuries. Rarely has…

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