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Just Thinking: Ending Hate in 2017


Carl Paladino, Western New York political figure and co-chairman of Trump's New York State campaign, spews hateful remarks at the end of 2016.

Can we rid him and others of hate in 2017?



 
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She has Guts. She has Grit. She has Grind.


Guts. Grit. Grind. These are the traits of journalist and professor Tiffani Knowles' parents.

Read their story and 9 others like it in her new paperback book HOLA AMERICA.






 
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Amazon Offers HOLA AMERICA Book to Readers Free of Charge


As we turn the tide in the coming weeks from an eight-year Obama administration, our publisher Amazon KDP has chosen one week in January to offer a free giveaway of the digital version of a book about the successes of immigrants in America.













 
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A Letter to Donald Trump: 'I Didn't Vote for You, but I'm Praying for You'


No matter which side of the election results you have fallen, some may lose a sense of balance. Conservative Christian columnist V. Knowles wrote a letter to President-elect Donald Trump to help him lead half of the country who did not vote for him, V. Knowles included.






 
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When You Ask her Out (Or Propose) and She Says She's Not Ready Part 1


When you ask her out or propose to her and she says she's not ready, what do you do?

Relationship expert Tobi Atte offers you 5 ways to handle the rejection.

 
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Why American Christians Need Healing Post-Election Divide

What have we become as Christians? Are we tied so closely to our candidate that we now oppose a fellow brother or sister with hurtful words of antagonism and hostility?

Columnist V. Knowles tells us why Christians in America need to heal now, more than ever.
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A Letter to Donald Trump: 'I Didn't Vote for You But I'm Praying for You'

The Donald was elected despite what the polls and many experts and pundits predicted would not happen. This is a clear example of why one should not believe everything you see, hear or read.

The pollsters got it wrong. And, on this day, I have just come from doing my prison ministry before sitting down to write this column. 

 


The sun still rose in the east and apparently will continue to set in the west. The sky has not fallen and I am still alive, occupying until He comes, doing what He has called me to do. The pollsters got it wrong. And, on this day, I have just come from doing my prison ministry before sitting down to write this column. 

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