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Remembering Our Own History


Today marks the 51st Anniversary of the March
on Washington for Jobs and Freedom, and I wonder how many of you are aware of this. Truth be told, I don’t recall the Civil Rights era being given much attention or celebration when I was growing up and was attending a midwestern private school with very little racial diversity. 751 more words

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Our Mini Respite, 08/27/14

If you have not figured out by now with the many Twitter and Facebook posts, myself and Trish decided to take a few days (3) to be exact and take a mini respite to one of our favorite spots, Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk.  1,125 more words

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St. Augustine Summary

Background of St. Augustine:

Born in 354 in Thagaste, Numidia (modern day Souk Ahras, Algeria) into an upper-class family. His father—Patricius—was a pagan, though he converted to Christianity on his deathbed. 1,123 more words

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PAINT THE SKY

LOOK WHO’S

‘COVER OF THE MONTH’

ON

BOOK COVERS BY DESIGN

MANY THANKS TO KELLIE DENNIS

FOR DESIGNING THIS FABULOUS COVER

FOR THOSE WHO LOVE THE FEEL OF A… 271 more words

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Bakersfield

We were offered a missions apartment to stay in for a few weeks while we visit churches. Praising the Lord!

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Groups Assigned

Here are the groups we will be using this semester to get the class talking to one another on the blog:

Group 1: Mohammed, Kelsey, Haley C., Thomas K. 22 more words