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WISDOM FOR THE BEST HEALTH OF CHILDREN

The following information compares the nutritional value of sweet potato as contrasted with (refined) white rice, and the value of eating food in it’s most natural source, especially for children.

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People, We Are Already United In Love!

I am no stranger to public accusations and smearing, but through it, Christ has done a work in my heart so that such disapproval doesn’t affect me the way it once did. I guest, when your life doesn’t belong to you, survival is not required!

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Four characteristics - inwardly strong-yet, outwardly focused Church

Question: When was the last time you were really proud of what your church was doing?

The world no longer regards faith as central, the world does not share Judeo-Christian values and ethics anymore. The church may once have been the center of the community,which has changed its focus and left the church behind.

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Ubuntu: We are all connected

May this year be for each a season of “Goodwill” to ALL people at ALL places(Luke 2:14). I champion to deliberately find every excuse to extend the generosity, profoundly over-extending goodwill to ALL

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THE CONDUCT OF A PASTOR

The Conduct of a Pastor…shepherd the flock of God that is among you, exercising oversight, not under compulsion, but willingly as God would have you; not for shameful gain, but eagerly; not domineering over those in your charge, but being examples to the flock. 1 Peter 5:2, 3

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Perspective

“People do not see the world as it is – they see it as they are. A leader needs a broader view.” From the movie Anna and the King

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Critical Carefrontation

Self-management Practices. Desiring to be at peace with people is a good thing, Use conflict as an opportunity to serve others and, Encourage good practice by personal example

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The Paste of Life

Took time to muse about Professor Philip Zimbardo. Here he is speaking about how our individual perspectives of time affect our work, health and well-being. Time influences who we are as a person, how we view relationships and how we act in the world. A very interesting commentary on our civilization.

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Traditions for a change?

Because of our traditions,
we’ve kept our balance for many, many years.
And because of our traditions,
every one of us knows who he is
and what God expects him to do. – Words from a fiddler on the roof

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Unedited Musings

Perhaps we need to understand something about the sanctity of each of our lives and each of our stories! Your life is both a message to be illustrated and a ministry to be manifested – Your journey is but a microcosm of the macro story powered by the Almighty – I’ve been musing about the story of David and King Saul found in 1 Samuel chapter 24 again –

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Merry Christmas

Christmas is here again, and with it, the memories and imagination of family, joy, sadness, grief, melancholy, Hope, etc. For many, perhaps the stress of consumerism and the idols our culture has immortalized might be too much to endure and one might be tempted to escape into the dark places; depression, resentment, confusion and isolation!

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