by Beth Perry 4 years ago
What kind of parenting is this? Good, poor, foolish, something else?A friend told me an incident she recently experienced: one of her neighbors came over to borrow sanity napkins (for her 15-year old daughter) and flour, eggs and salmon for her family as they had already sent $300 to a church that...
by buckleupdorothy 13 months ago
Have you done any kind of volunteer work?How did you get into it, and what do (or did) you do for the organization?
by yankeeintexas 16 months ago
What sounds better to you: Good luck or God bless?In my opinion Christians use the term "Good luck!" why too much! Is it a phrase that Christians should us at all?
by Debra Allen 8 years ago
What is your take on this phrase? God Helps Those Who Help Themselves?
by johnroller 5 years ago
Help! I'm a Protestant minister, and I've been asked by a Catholic friend to bless a St....Christopher medal for him. Since my church doesn't bless medals and doesn't venerate saints, I have no idea how to go about doing this. Can someone steer me to a recommended formula for blessing a medal?
by Brian 7 days ago
I am in a situation where I am quickly running out of my savings, paying my bills, and, all that. So, I went looking for avenues to ask for donations at another website. And the result has not been good at all. (As in zero donations so far.)So, I am curious. If you were asked by a charity...
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