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Pray For Grace

Last Friday, Grace our oldest granddaughter had a brain bleed with four hours of brain surgery. Miraculously, she is  making good progress and recovery. Our faith has sustained us and  God protected Grace  through the ordeal. If you are on … Continue reading

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Bascilica of St. Denis

HISTORY OF THE MONUMENT The final resting place of the kings and queens of France. Built on the grave of Saint Denis, a Bishop of Paris who died in 250 AD, the royal abbey of Saint-Denis was, from the death … Continue reading

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Ancient Stone Tablets

This is an image of the world’s oldest complete stone inscription of the Ten Commandments.  It is a national treasure in Israel.  The stone is  a foot square marble slab which weights 115 pounds and was an   Ancient Biblical Archaeology … Continue reading

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The Man Who Knew Infinity. . . . . . a film

Mathematics is not the topic most people would prefer as a  film topic, right?  Well, Matthew Brown, who directed, worked for 10 years with mathematics experts to insure the proofs and theories were correct and that the audience would not … Continue reading

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The Favela of Rio

fa·ve·la fəˈvelə/ noun a Brazilian shack or shanty town; a slum. Meet Rosemary and see her life in Favela!

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Monkey Madness!

Namaste! This is one of my favorite images.  It is from Delhi and shows  conundrum of humans and monkeys in India. Monkeys are everywhere  because of the  Hudaman, the Hindu  monkey god.    Hindus revere Hanuman, the Monkey god and … Continue reading

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John Perkins. . . . . Leader for Reconciliation

Dr. John Perkins, eighty-five years young will be speaking at Loudonville Community Church this weekend at the church’s first local  “Mission Possible Conference.”  Dr. Perkins was born into Mississippi poverty, but fled to California after the death of his brother … Continue reading

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