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Choices

My Sunday school’s class today was about Making Choices. Good or Bad. The lesson was… Good brings you closer to God. Bad takes you further away. This was a great educational lesson for them and a great teaching tool for … Continue reading

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Thank you, Zoe.

THANK YOU I met my friend, Zoe Nicholson, at Rollins College. Zoe is an activist and a feminist. Zoe fasted for over a month for Women’s Rights. She was honored at Rollins College by the Deans, faculty and staff, and … Continue reading

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The helping door swings both ways

LEARNING As I explained to my first graders in Sunday School today, the helping door swings both ways. What do I mean by this? Sometimes you are helping and sometimes someone is helping you. This is OK. I asked them … Continue reading

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Who created God?

I am a Sunday school teacher for first graders. We taught about Mary today. We also taught that God loves you. We talked about life challenges and then I asked but does God love you. The children replied yes each … Continue reading

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Fighting for Normal?

It’s interesting. I never considered myself “normal” through the years. It was almost a badge of courage for me not to consider myself “normal.” Even as a little girl, I went against the grain. Through high school and college, I … Continue reading

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