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How having an eye disease has helped me see
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How having an eye disease has helped me see

I went to the DMV and during the eye test, the instructor said to look in the view finder and...
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Robbed, beaten, family murdered…yet He found hope.
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Robbed, beaten, family murdered…yet He found hope.

He was staggering the campgrounds scratching his scalp, aimless and with a most worried look on his face. His name...
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What do you think our world needs most?
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What do you think our world needs most?

What do you think our world needs most? I've been thinking about this question all day. The more I ponder,...
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Remembering those who don’t have life’s necessities on Thanksgiving
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Remembering those who don’t have life’s necessities on Thanksgiving

This Thanksgiving, as I enjoyed a fantastic meal surrounded by friends and family, I thought about how many people around...
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Devastating Floods in Pokot, Kenya
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Devastating Floods in Pokot, Kenya

https://twitter.com/Citizen_Alert1/status/1200653541087629312 From ReliefWeb: Heavy rain has been affecting several counties since last week, causing flash flooding and landslides. According to...
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6.4 Magnitude Earthquake Hits Albania and How to Help
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6.4 Magnitude Earthquake Hits Albania and How to Help

The largest earthquake to ever happen in Albania in recent history occurred early Tuesday morning. 4 deaths and over 150...
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How having an eye disease has helped me see

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How having an eye disease has helped me see

I went to the DMV and during the eye test, the instructor said to look in the view finder and tell her what letters I saw. My response was “what letters?” and we knew something wasn’t quite right. Still, I had a license and continued to drive to where I needed to be for life and work into my mid-twenties. Probably not the wisest activity, but what are you gonna do in our world where most employers require reliable transportation and a license? In my mind, I had to drive if I wanted to survive. Fortunately, I was never involved in an...

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Robbed, beaten, family murdered…yet He found hope.

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Robbed, beaten, family murdered…yet He found hope.

He was staggering the campgrounds scratching his scalp, aimless and with a most worried look on his face. His name was was David and within the first few minutes (sometimes seconds) he would explain to whomever he met that his wife was murdered and his son committed suicide one week after. Those events occurred two years ago, I would later learn, but when he spoke of it you could tell it was the only thing ever really on his mind and present. In the previous week from now he’d been robbed, beaten severely and left in a state of disarray. The...

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What do you think our world needs most?

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What do you think our world needs most?

What do you think our world needs most? I’ve been thinking about this question all day. The more I ponder, the more the word “hope” keeps rising up within my mind. I think when we have hope that is founded in an infinite place of eternity not bound by time or circumstance, we are empowered to take steps in our life towards recognizing a dream within our heart that we may not even know is there unless we have the hope that what is seemingly impossible, is possible, and that we can play a big part in seeing that dream become a...

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Remembering those who don’t have life’s necessities on Thanksgiving

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Remembering those who don’t have life’s necessities on Thanksgiving

This Thanksgiving, as I enjoyed a fantastic meal surrounded by friends and family, I thought about how many people around the world who lack enough food to eat every day to themselves lead a healthy life. Later that night I walked by someone sleeping on the sidewalk of a busy street, and was reminded how much we have to do for those in greatest need. So much of the time all I have to give someone in an unfortunate place in life is my time, me listening ears and compassion for their situation. I wish I had so much more to offer to help. I wish...

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Devastating Floods in Pokot, Kenya

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Devastating Floods in Pokot, Kenya

A humanitarian disaster is unrolling in the #Pokot #Kenya Dictatorship. The country's elite took time off to feast in Nairobi after launching the already discredited constitutional 'reform' proposals while thousands languished in horrendous conditions a @BBCAfrica report 👇🏿 pic.twitter.com/uwbNbmeTlX — Dictator Watch (@Citizen_Alert1) November 30, 2019 From ReliefWeb: Heavy rain has been affecting several counties since last week, causing flash flooding and landslides. According to media reports, as of 24 October, 9 people...

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6.4 Magnitude Earthquake Hits Albania and How to Help

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6.4 Magnitude Earthquake Hits Albania and How to Help

The largest earthquake to ever happen in Albania in recent history occurred early Tuesday morning. 4 deaths and over 150 injuries have been reported at the time of writing. #BREAKINGMagnitude 6.4 #earthquake occurs in northern #Albania with potential for major impacts pic.twitter.com/TvS5jvVORE — Force Thirteen (@ForceThirteen) November 26, 2019 #earthquake in #Durres First reported damages! #Albania pic.twitter.com/6jS3Nb0Xiv — Klaudja Karabolli (@KKarabolli) November 26, 2019 Powerful #earthquake with a magnitude of 6.4 hit...

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