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How is everyone doing?

I think I accidentally sent everyone a private message. Sorry about that. I wa s supposed to write a new topic. LOL! I just signed to this…

Started by Anel Park

3 Jul 21, 2015
Reply by Stacey A Crowder

Did you know this about Christmas?

Just researching a little bit a few weeks ago, I found this out... Most of you probably already know these facts about the beloved holiday…

Started by Krista Ballard

0 Dec 29, 2014

When companies go bad...real bad...

So, trying to give up complete control to a higher being is quite difficult.  My husband  was let go from his job of 20 years yesterday and…

Started by Monique Smith

4 Sep 20, 2012
Reply by Brigitte Anderson

Hurt by Church?

Have you been hurt by church?  Most of us have in some way been hurt along our spiritual jouney.  God wants better for his children.  His d…

Started by MD Harness

1 May 15, 2012
Reply by FaithFamilyFashion

New to Mom Bloggers CLub, Need Followers

Hi Ladies, I do need some followers on my blog.  I blog about my faith, my family, homeschooling, christian books, childrens books, and I d…

Started by Amy Manges Blevins

1 Feb 2, 2012
Reply by Amy Manges Blevins

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