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Casa de Cultura -
16th, 2014

I'm beginning to make a pattern out of my nighttime walk to the SCAPP building with my friends. Although I prefer to ride my bike to make the trip a lot faster, I was in no mood to complain. As I walked up to the building I saw the familiar face of the woman from last time. I also found out her name Katarina? Katrina? I'm not sure. So- maybe I didn't figure out her name but nevertheless her joy and enthusiasm for learning made so happy. Today's lesson was geography and travel, as always my friend Katrina was more than ready to take on the challenge of learning and pronouncing the unfamiliar words of the worksheets. We reviewed more simple words like 'boat' and 'car' and progressively moved on to harder words like 'airplane' and one that made everyone giggle- 'lorry' While I was expecting Katrina to simply brush the word off in hopes that she would never see it again in her life, she instead asked us what it meant. We then had a mini discussion with everyone in the session about what a... (more)

Truth in Love
Crossing the Tyranny Threshold
Link: America's Tyranny Threshold Author: Eileen F. Toplansky Source: American Thinker - 8.19.2013 As he finishes up his Martha's Vineyard vacation, Barack Obama would be well-served to recall the fiery words of Jonathan Mayhew, who is famous for his sermons "espousing American rights -- the cause of liberty, and the right and duty to resist tyranny." Mayhew, born at Martha's Vineyard on October 8, 1720, was "bitterly opposed to the Stamp Act and urged colonial liberties." Though he did not live to see the American Revolution (he died on July 9, 1766), his "sermons and writing were a powerful influence in the development of the movement for liberty and independence." And they need to be revisited as the Obama presidency continues its legacy of lawlessness. [Related Article: Praying for Richmond, VA] First published in Boston in 1750, "A Discourse concerning the unlimited submission and... (more)

w r i t e a b o u t
​​​​Dad's teachings on doing things right the first time. (08-21-2007)

Sweepers Cafe
Roll in the Dough with a Cash Sweep
A Cash Sweep is just a Sweepstakes for Cash. A Cash Sweep tends to be more popular because everybody loves money. Plus the fact, with cash you can buy whatever you want. For More:

Daily Devotion
Faith &

“Open thou mine eyes, that I may behold wondrous things out of thy law.” - Psalm 119:18. Date: Thursday, October 16, 2014 Today's Chapters: Mark 8-9 Message Title: Faith & Belief Hello My Friend, The word faith means, the assent or admitting of the mind or understanding to the truth of what God has revealed. The word belief means, to expect or hope with confidence; to trust. Faith and belief go hand in hand, if we convince ourselves that we understand that He is true, we must trust that He will do what He says He will do. Only by faith and belief can we do our part so that He can do His part. “According as his divine power hath given unto us all things that pertain unto life and godliness, through the knowledge of him that hath called us to glory and virtue: Whereby are given unto us exceeding great and precious promises: that by these ye might be partakers of the divine nature, having escaped the corruption that is in the world through lust. And beside this, giving all... (more)

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