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On the list of the things I want for my daughters, is the experience and joy of motherhood. As the mother of four children - two male and two female, I know that despite all the challenges that have c... Posted on 3/24/13 at 11:45 AM
A MINNESOTAN IN CHINA Beijing: On a Day of Worship
Day two of my trek through China had me getting to know some lesser-known, but more personable aspects of China's capital, Beijing.
Having gotten in late the night before, I reserv... Posted on 6/30/12 at 8:57 AM
The other Sunday, a little girl came to church dressed up in her black, sequined, ballet dress from her Halloween costume. (She reassured her mother that no one would know that it was her costume because they could not see the tag.) Her attire was made complete by a pair of wild socks and some bright pink sneakers.
Northern Wisconsin is no stranger to storms; especially those that rage in winter. Fortunately, most of them are only a temporary nuisance, requiring some minor preparation and cleanup to “weather them out.”
I just read where Hostess Brands has agreed to sell its rights and recipes for Twinkies and Dolly Madison cakes for $410 million. To the relief of those confection cake aficionados, Twinkies have been saved.
Concordia University of St. Paul’s 45-piece concert wind percussion ensemble presents a free concert at 7:30 p.m. April 19 at Christ Evangelical Lutheran Church in Superior and 7:30 p.m. April 20 at St. Matthew’s Lutheran Church in Esko.
“I do not pray. I am not very good at it.” I have heard this statement many times by people convinced that eloquence determines the quality of a prayer. To their way of thinking, it’s the golden tongued among us that have the greatest success of being heard by God.
Christian Women’s Gathering hosts “Angel on Your Shoulder?”
The main speaker is Scott Gottschalk of Kimball, Minn. He talks about the deliverance of a family from near death, which cannot be explained except by acknowledging some kind of supernatural intervention.
“God is dead!”
That is what Friedrich Nietzsche proclaimed in his philosophy. Not that God has been tucked away in a heavenly tomb. Nietzsche believed that God’s influence had been removed from society by mankind’s reason that would now determine what was true and moral. Any ideas that did not come from reason were wrong.
For Christians, no other week is as filled with spiritual significance as is Holy Week. The eight days from Passion (Palm) Sunday to Easter Sunday immerse Christians in the central mystery of their faith: The work of God’s salvation through the death and resurrection of his Son, Jesus of Nazareth, called the Christ.
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