Category Archives: Christianity

Guam Christian Blog – Featured Blogger of the Week August 9, 2019

I decided to go with a blogger who has a Guam connection for this week’s Featured Blogger of the Week – Guam Christian Blog https://brucesbible.website/. I will post my link to Guam in another post although it’s an indirect link. … Continue reading

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#Welcome all Nations — Guam Christian Blog

Wow! What a Sunday here on the #Guam Christian Blog. 167 views, 128 visitors, 54 likes, 215 followers (1 new). A minor upset in the viewers category: India is first today with 65, USA second with 57, Canada third with … Continue reading

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Forgiven? — WOMEN’S WINDOW – Forgiveness Sundays July 7, 2019

© Jeanne E Webster. All rights observed and reserved. Luke 15:20 “…But when he was yet a great way off, his father saw him and had compassion…” “Upon the cross of Jesus Mine eyes at times can see The very … Continue reading

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Fox’s Book of Martyrs — Guam Christian Blog

https://www.biblestudytools.com/history/foxs-book-of-martyrs/ Edited by William Byron Forbush This is a book that will never die — one of the great English classics. . . . Reprinted here in its most complete form, it brings to life the days when “a noble … Continue reading

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Summer Beautification Assignment Week 7: “I Don’t Got This.” — The Neurotic Optimist

Did you know, every time I post anything to this blog, I have a few moments of panic and negative thoughts about what I’m writing? Here is my internal monologue: “You are such a fake. Nothing you say can be … Continue reading

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Blessed Resurrection Sunday 2019 – Forgiveness Sundays

I realize many who will read this post aren’t Christian. It is my fervent hope that you at least consider what the Bible has to say about Jesus. Too many clergy care more about not offending people than they do … Continue reading

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How to Approach Easter Intentionally —

Easter isn’t about egg hunts, bunny rabbits or pretty dresses. It’s about so much more. via How to Approach Easter Intentionally — .  

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How Genealogy Can Bring Your Family Closer This Easter – FindMyPast

Some good points made in this article – How Genealogy Can Bring Your Family Closer This Easter: https://blog.findmypast.com/genealogy-brings-family-closer-2634421699.html. Family history is one of the most rewarding things to do during Easter and everyone can pitch in Are you going to … Continue reading

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First Post, 2.0/ What Is Ups and Downs of Family History

Originally posted in November 2013 as a way to explain what my blog would focus on, First Post, 2.0/ What Is Ups and Downs of Family History – there are a few differences between that post and this one, including … Continue reading

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One Social Media Option Often Overlooked in Genealogy Research

If I mentioned using social media to help with your genealogy research, what’s one of the major social media outlets that comes to your mind last?  The first to come to mind are probably Facebook, Pinterest, Instagram, other photo-sharing social … Continue reading

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