Monday, April 11, 2011

Top 100 fitness tips

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On The Box

On The Box: "Boy if I had a nickle for everytime this one comes up during an open-air. I remember one stint that lasted for several weeks, every location and everytime I got up on the box I ran into the old shower you with a compliment and then comes the objection! It goes something like:"

Stone the Preacher

Stone the Preacher: "Every now and then I want to let you know what’s happening faith-wise in our family, how Christ influences everything we do, and how we pass on what we learn to our daughters so that they can grow up, mature in the faith."

Doulos Iesou Christou

Doulos Iesou Christou: "Recently, I read the story of Mia Stoutenborough, a beautiful 17-year-old who suffers from aplastic anemia. Anti-seizure medication likely contributed to her contraction of the disease. A bone marrow transplant could save her life."

Atheist Central -- Ray Comfort's Blog

Atheist Central -- Ray Comfort's Blog: "I followed a link to an atheist website recently, and watched an interesting Youtube clip starring a friend and myself. Each time a picture of us came up, the background music track chanted 'Lies! Lies!'"

Harvest Weekend Devotion for 4/9/2011: "Loving the Dark"

Harvest Weekend Devotion for 4/9/2011: "Loving the Dark": "The Pharisees did not doubt Jesus because they merely disagreed with Him. They doubted Jesus because they were hardened against him."

Harvest Daily Devotion for 4/11/2011: "Bad Company"

Harvest Daily Devotion for 4/11/2011: "Bad Company": "Peter's denial of Jesus did not happen over a period of seconds or minutes, but over a period of hours. An hour had passed from the time the first person said, 'You were one of those with Jesus the Galilean,' to the time Peter made his second denial. He had ample opportunity to hightail it out of there, but he remained in this situation."