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“I’ll never forget the time we took our daughters to Washington, D.C., for a short trip and of all the things they saw there, the teeth and bones probably fascinated them more than anything else…I...
“First John is a tiny little letter. Just 5 short chapters long. It is so brief a piece of correspondence that if you are not careful you will skip right over it…It is also that...
“The traditional Gospel reading for Easter Sunday is John 20:1-18, where Mary Magdalene comes to the tomb early on the first day of the week, while it is still dark.  You know that story.  It’s...
“When I moved to Winchester, Virginia, I learned very quickly how much my town loves a good parade. For a whole weekend we celebrate as the Apple Blossom Festival shuts down banks and schools and...
“It’s only a hunch, but I have a hunch that the 23rd Psalm may have been among the first David ever wrote,” begins Jim Somerville, Pastor of Richmond’s First Baptist Church and Co-Founder of A...
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