Monthly Archives: October 2005

Three Christian School Girls Beheaded in Indonesia

In another fine example of how those who live by the "Religion of Peace" behave… Three school girls beheaded in Indonesia.  There is a huge difference between civilians being killed in a valid military raid and civilians being purposefully targeted.  … Continue reading

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Population and Immigration

It is a well accepted fact that in western societies families are generally having smaller families (except for in my church).  This phenomena has a significant influence on demographics, population and immigration.  Vox Day at WorldNetDaily presents an insightful commentary … Continue reading

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Bush Wins World Series with Sam Alito Nomination

If the New York Times already comes out hating Alito, he has to be gooD Link: Nomination Likely to Please G.O.P., but Not Some Democrats – New York Times. President Bush nominated Judge Samuel A. Alito Jr., who currently serves … Continue reading

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World Premier GodlyCreativePeople.com

In this blogging world, there seems to be a community for everyone and a place to go for your personal interest.  We were thinking the exact same thing but we could not find a spot for our interest. Who are … Continue reading

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The Holy Alphabet

Although things are not perfectB ecause of trial or painC ontinue in thanksgivingD o not begin to blameE ven when the times are hardF ierce winds are bound to blowG od is forever ableH old on to what you knowI … Continue reading

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An Extra hour with you

It is a rainy autumn morning this Sunday morning as we turn clocks back with an extra hour to spend quietly before going off to church.  This gives me some extra time to read some scripture, to meditate to drink … Continue reading

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Send Us Your Photos

The Pioneer Press (Minnesota News Paper) is creating a photo gallery of pictures and comments submitted by their readers (and the whole world). Anyone who can snap a picture with a cellphone or digital camera can contribute. Goto the gallery … Continue reading

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Photo of the Day: Fall memorial wreath

Fall memorial wreath Originally uploaded by !!MNPhotoGuy. A few days ago, I got out for a walk at the cemetery near where I work. Someone had placed a memorial wreath that struck me as remarkably beautiful with this autumn backdrop. … Continue reading

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The PC crowd is getting out PC’d

Now even the unusually politically correct crowd of the Newton Mass, Public Schools are getting out politically corrected. Link: Student ghosts unmasked in Newton – The Boston Globe. NEWTON — When students at Underwood Elementary School walk to their classrooms … Continue reading

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Pastor Takes Bold Approach on Sexuality

Pastor Ivor Grant of New Beginnings Church, Winnipeg, Ontario Canada is a guy that is willing to be in your face on the important issues of the day that are destroying lives and families.  Sex is certainly one of those … Continue reading

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