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Dee Farrell

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  • Me? Unthankful? Not Really...

    How many times do you say thank you a day? Alot right? At least we are supposed to.

    But the United States didn't make the top ten list of the friendliest, or most polite, places to visit. Michigan shares a border with a country supposedly legendary for their politeness. Michiganders have always raised our skeptic snow covered brows at that one. We are nice too...aren't we? Turns out, Canada made the list and Michigan didn't.

  • 7 Steps to a Better Way to Fast

    I love fall. It's a time of gathering and bringing in, from fields, orchards, gardens and tucking away and celebrating. Even we gather. Warm cider around the fire. Goodies shared whether gooey with caramel or as soups and chowders or roasted to perfection. For my family and probably yours gathering means food. And we all like to cook because we all like to eat. This is best outdoors. Under trees gleaming in color. Dressed in flannel and wrapped in red buffalo check wool.

  • Experts Claim Mark's Gospel a Fraud and What It Means for You

    I recently heard someone say the Bible can't be trusted because there are missing verses in some versions and it has been added to. Mark 16:9-20 was the particular culprit in that conversation. The claim is that it was not part of the original text written by Mark. Therefore it was added later and should not be part of the Bible. It is a well known and often quoted section. If it is not original, then Christians around the world have been deceived. 

  • How Ancient Elephants Help Us Receive Salvation

    Perhaps you didn’t know elephants lived in Israel? I admit, I never really thought about it, but the animals had to pass through there from Ararat to Africa somehow. Anyway, there are two sites mentioned in the article, one near the Golan Heights and the other near Kafr Qasem, about ten miles northeast of Tel Aviv. Why should this matter to Christians?

  • How Your Identity Determines Your Future

    Identity is a big issue today. We research our history with DNA. We claim ethnicity and gender, sometimes by fact, sometimes by feelings. We point to neighborhoods, regions, diplomas or rap sheets as qualifiers and forecasts of futures. But who builds the fences to plot the territory of our potential?

  • Christians: 3 Signs Your Identity Has Been Stolen

    In 2017, one person out of fifteen was affected by identity theft. In 2018 the number had increased and the crime became more sophisticated as data breaches exposed social security numbers. But there is an identity theft Christians are experiencing and few are aware of it.

    If you are a born again Christian, here are three signs your identity has been stolen.


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