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  • Birth of a Rock and Roll Child

    Birth of a Rock and Roll Child

    I was born a Londoner at the tail end of a street called Goldhawk Road to the west of the city, and my first home was a little Victorian cottage in the long-demolished Bulmer Place in Notting Hill. You'll search in vain for this poky little street in any London map, although you'll still be able to locate a Bulmer Mews tucked away some yards away from the main road of Notting Hill Gate. On the day I was born, Nation of Islam leader Elijah Muhammad, radical psychologist RD Laing, controversial war...
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  • Shiny and Bright

    Shiny and Bright

    My son bought a brand new pickup truck about 7 years ago as his 1st vehicle, and it was shiny and bright. And every day the sun shone, hed be outside cleaning it, working to remove all the dirt, both inside and out. And he drove it to school when he was younger, and now drives it to work as he is older. And the truck has had its share of excitement, hitting a tree; another year hitting a deer; being hit by a lady while standing at a traffic light, but each time, the truck went into the shop to...
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  • She Told Me... "I Never Knew People in Families Could Actually Enjoy Each Other!"

    She Told Me... "I Never Knew People in Families Could Actually Enjoy Each Other!"

    I was teaching a class of Teenage girls at church and that year around the first of November I asked them to vote on something. I said, "We can exchange Christmas gifts with each other just as we always do, or would you prefer that I try to locate teen girls in the area who probably will not have a nice Christmas and give our gifts to them instead?" I went on to explain that I had typed out two papers for each one in the class. One small square paper said simply EXCHANGE GIFTS. The other...
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  • How did my son get so smart? By God's amazing grace!

    How did my son get so smart? By God's amazing grace!

    My son, Nate, who is now 14 years old is one of those kids I used to really dislike in school that never studied for a test or did the reviews but still scores a 100%. Its an amazing thing for me to see on a daily bases now. He has been averaging all A's this year in middle school with the exception of math where he gets B's. Math is a bit of a challenge for him. Thank goodness he has a grandpa that is a retired college professor in math because I am clueless when it comes to this subject!...
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  • The Importance of Christian Parenting

    The Importance of Christian Parenting

    A few years ago we had definite rights and definite wrongs, but today people are not certain what is right and what is wrong. We're a mess! Our children are a mess. Our homes are a mess. There is so much anger and hostility and hate and selfishness and rebellion in our homes and our children. But worse, our children are killing each other, like Cain and Abel! God ordained two great institutions to draw the line between right and wrong--the family and the church! Both have failed. Ev...
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  • Birth of a Rock and Roll Child
    by Carl Halling
    I was born a Londoner at the tail end of a street called Goldhawk Road to the west of the city, and my first home was a little Victorian cottage in the long-demolished Bulmer Place in Notting Hill. You'll search in vain for this poky little street in any London map, although you'll still be able to locate a Bulmer Mews tucked away some yards away from the main road of Notting Hill Gate. On the day I was born, Nation of Islam leader Elijah Muhammad, radical psychologist RD Laing, controversial war...
    Aug 14th 2012, 01:48 PM
  • Shiny and Bright
    by Redeemed by Grace
    My son bought a brand new pickup truck about 7 years ago as his 1st vehicle, and it was shiny and bright. And every day the sun shone, hed be outside cleaning it, working to remove all the dirt, both inside and out. And he drove it to school when he was younger, and now drives it to work as he is older. And the truck has had its share of excitement, hitting a tree; another year hitting a deer; being hit by a lady while standing at a traffic light, but each time, the truck went into the shop to...
    Aug 24th 2010, 04:04 PM
  • She Told Me... "I Never Knew People in Families Could Actually Enjoy Each Other!"
    by Diggindeeper
    I was teaching a class of Teenage girls at church and that year around the first of November I asked them to vote on something. I said, "We can exchange Christmas gifts with each other just as we always do, or would you prefer that I try to locate teen girls in the area who probably will not have a nice Christmas and give our gifts to them instead?" I went on to explain that I had typed out two papers for each one in the class. One small square paper said simply EXCHANGE GIFTS. The other...
    Jul 15th 2010, 05:23 AM
  • How did my son get so smart? By God's amazing grace!
    by moonglow
    My son, Nate, who is now 14 years old is one of those kids I used to really dislike in school that never studied for a test or did the reviews but still scores a 100%. Its an amazing thing for me to see on a daily bases now. He has been averaging all A's this year in middle school with the exception of math where he gets B's. Math is a bit of a challenge for him. Thank goodness he has a grandpa that is a retired college professor in math because I am clueless when it comes to this subject!...
    Jan 19th 2010, 05:20 AM
  • The Importance of Christian Parenting
    by Diggindeeper
    A few years ago we had definite rights and definite wrongs, but today people are not certain what is right and what is wrong. We're a mess! Our children are a mess. Our homes are a mess. There is so much anger and hostility and hate and selfishness and rebellion in our homes and our children. But worse, our children are killing each other, like Cain and Abel! God ordained two great institutions to draw the line between right and wrong--the family and the church! Both have failed. Ev...
    Dec 31st 2009, 07:20 AM
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