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Lectionary Sermon for 3 May 2015 , Easter 5 b (The True Vine ) John 15: 1-8

It is inevitable that we must encounter Jesus through the filters of the Gospel writers. With anywhere up to three years of the Jesus ministry to generate the original events and memories on which the gospels were based – and a few decades of telling and retelling the stories before they were recorded, we are fortunate that virtually all the material selected appears sufficiently fresh and vivid to stand the test of time. 1,598 more words

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Sis comes to Dallas! Day 3

On Day 3, Amirah went to go see her other friends in Dallas. This meant I finally got to have some one-on-one time with my sister. 177 more words


11th Annual Grapevine ChocolateFest

GRAPEVINE (KRLD) — Our love affair with chocolate goes back in recorded history to at least 1750 B.C. This weekend’s Grapevine ChocolateFest will be a celebration of all things delicious. 87 more words

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The CALM before the STORM

Just me and my iphone.

Dallas has a lot of photo opportunities, however venturing out into the suburbs of where I grew is kind of like a getaway in itself.   128 more words

S: Settlement to City Museum, Grapevine, Texas

S: Settlement to City Museum, Grapevine, Texas

The Grapevine Historical Museum, inside the replica Grapevine Ice Company building. Visitors to the Grapevine Historical Museum explore the cultural and family life of early Grapevine residents in such areas as agriculture, industry, childhood and more. 243 more words

Trisha Faye

Have You Heard the Racist Rap Song by Two High School Girls from Grapevine? [EXPLICIT]

A song recorded in 2013 by two teen white girls have surfaced and it’s not your typical rap song. The song starts out with“N***as n***as n***as they always look at me, I want to kill them now, I want to hang them from a tree” and throughout the recording references of the killing of young Black and Latino boys are rapped about. 149 more words