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What Is Occultism?

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I used to be an acupuncturist and a Reiki Master. During acupuncture school, my fellow students exposed me to many different things that were not part of our school curriculum. I encountered angel worship, Reiki, energy work, psychics, teachings of Abraham (not the one in the Bible), palm reading, tarot cards, divination with pendulums, and…

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2019 is the year of Rest

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2018 was a tough year for me physically, mentally and emotionally. It seemed as if all the running and chasing after ‘things’ caught up with me. I end the year burned out and exhausted. The pain and fatigue from the Rheumatoid Arthritis was so strong I did not know how I would get through each…

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“It Is Finished” Sculpture delivered to Anchor Baptist Church.

We met Rufus and Frances Ross this past summer at First Monday Trade Days. They knew when they saw “It Is Finished” in our booth that their church needed it in their new building addition. Rufus went back to Mississippi, presented the idea to several church members and they agreed to commission “It Is Finished”…

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Fun Facts About Valentine’s Day

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Fun Facts about Valentine’s Day St. Valentine’s Day falls on February 14th of each year. Although the name is Saint Valentine’s Day, most people refer to the day as Valentine’s Day or even the Feast of Saint Valentine. It was originally a day to celebrate Saint Valentinus, who performed weddings for soldiers who were not…

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Which would you choose?

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Predictable? or Unpredictable? I discovered this article in The Atlantic entitled, How Uncertainty Fuels Anxiety.  As I read this interesting piece, I realized just how strongly people dislike uncertainty or the unknown. Studies show that people would choose the predictable over the unpredictable, even if it is a predicted bad outcome. The article went on to…

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You are so much more than your diagnosis!

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6 ways to see yourself as more than a diagnosis. Doctors diagnosed me with Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA) about a decade ago and I have been thru most of the treatments, both alternative/natural or Western. Early on, I joined many support groups both online and in-person and I learned that disease makes a very boring conversation. …

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Happy New Year 2019!

We wanted to thank you for a wonderful 2018 and share some exciting news about projects we have scheduled for 2019. David and I truly appreciate your continued support which allows us to share the Gospel of Christ through Art. We are thankful for such wonderful customers and friends. https://youtu.be/54A1gMl7Wxk Happy New Year 2019! Please…

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Michelle’s Journey with Rheumatoid Arthritis

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Many people have asked why I choose to write about overcoming disease and illness. My answer is simple, I live with it and overcome it daily. Some days are better than others.  Here is my story. When I was 14, I had back surgery to correct spondylolisthesis which is a disease that causes one of…

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