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Humbly, he came to visit a church full of mostly caucasian and Filipino people, but he was African American. He shared with me he was an ex-convict who was incarcerated in Sheriff Arpaio’s jail in Arizona. He told me he while in jail he utilized American Rehabilitation Ministry’s material an…

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The winter rains have returned to Puget Sound. People unfamiliar with our lifestyle are sometimes incredulous. “Why do you choose to live in such a dreary place?”

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My husband and I spent a few days in Idaho at a church convention. There were 250 people attempting to practice social distancing and compliance with masks. Even though I know God is always present, I need proof when situations are stressful.

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SEATTLE — As the train pulled into the King Street Station at 9:50 a.m. on Oct. 15, 2020, Army Cpl. James Edward Reed achieved yet another milestone: traveling from St. Paul/Minneapolis to the West Coast aboard the Amtrak Empire Builder train. What was even more special about this journey wa…

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Saturday, my Husband and I attended a wedding. My friend Kelsey is a one-of-a-kind woman in her late 30s. She’s beautiful and scattered, talented and messy. Sometimes she makes me laugh and cry, both in the same sentence.