Monthly Archives: November 2014

Thanksgiving, More than Pumpkin Pie and Football?

The Thanksgiving holiday is one defined by turkey and stuffing, pumpkin and pecan pies, and NFL football (usually a game involving the, love them or hate them, Dallas Cowboys). It’s a day that many of us make a trip “back … Continue reading

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Joseph in Ancient Egypt: Applicable Today, or Just a Good Story?

A young man from a strong family has a promising future, but is suddenly sold into slavery, not by enemies, but by his own jealous brothers. He is brought into a foreign country where he is enslaved, but then granted … Continue reading

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