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Have you ever been responsible for a task you didn’t particularly enjoy? Perhaps you can relate to one homemaker who developed a unique perspective on some of her less enjoyable household duties
Patrick Henry, whose primary contribution to the history books is the phrase “Give me liberty or give me death,” made another memorable statement.
“I made it through the Bronx, the streets, became a Navy Seal, and nobody could tell me nothing.” Remi Adeleke craved money, the power and respect as his success in life. He found it being a thug, a hustler, a “player.” Then the money ran out and a different voice started speaking to him
In his book, There I Go Again, Steven Moseley tells about Anna Pavlova, a Russian ballet superstar of the early 1900s. Ms.
Tim Gillespie shares some thoughts as RE:Live reflects on the death of Christ. BONUS: Watch Tim’s 10 minute talk at the re:Live Easter Breakfast.
One of the most horrific stories that comes from World War II, is the story of how the Japanese built the Burma-Siam railroad using allied prisoners of war as forced laborers. For every mile of track, 393 men are said to have died.
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