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We love Him, but are we THAT excited to share Jesus?

A guest post by Jon Rangel

So I was at the park yesterday and I was in the middle of a workout. While working out I noticed this young man riding his bike around, he looked about 16, and he was just riding around the park, through the parking lot and through the park. 281 more words

New Quay Harbour Company: DB/96

For the last four weeks I have been fortunate in having the opportunity to catalogue the records of the New Quay Harbour Company. The remit of the project, which was funded by the Archives and Records Council Wales, was to catalogue, clean, and re-package the Company collection; produce an online exhibition; and write a blog – so, this is it! 459 more words

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Training For Supernatural Missions

Today we hear from Cherie, a courageous young lady who after graduating from TSM pursued her dream of moving to Zambia as a missionary.

When I recount the things I’ve done in the last few years TSM stands out as the most life changing of them all. 476 more words

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Bluetooth Low Energy – at the intersection of retail, marketing and payments

The mobile payment ecosystem is characteristically fragmented with a host of different options that are vying for consumer attention as the technologies and services based on them progress toward maturity.

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GUEST BLOG: Ber Carroll on Mother’s Day without the mother

I’m one of those mums who don’t like a fuss on Mother’s Day. An extra hour in bed, a full ‘Irish’ breakfast, no squabbling children in my immediate vicinity, and I’m content. 855 more words

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Money for old rope...

Today’s blog is a guest piece by friend of the Express, Acton_Yid, in which he tears our transfer policy of late “a new one” and offers an incisive view on the way forward.  913 more words

Guest Post: Felicia Starr

The Beauty in Deception

by Felicia Starr

A Hawk Creek Novel

Release Day: May 19th, 2015

Cover Artist: Bookfabulous Designs

 

After years of tangled sheets with a series of one-night-stands and living under a whiskey-induced haze, Detective Dex Preston is constantly trying to cope with the pain and guilt of his past. 2,401 more words

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