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There is a very disturbing trend among the body of Christ today. There are those among us that believe it is their “ministry” to discredit, expose and destroy those who are propagating error. That error is of course as deemed by their interpretation. This criticism is becoming more and more …

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A field of sunflowers lifting their heads in a golden hymn of praise caught me by complete surprise this morning, inspiring a spontaneous burst of gratitude for the beauty of our surroundings, for our precious Mother Earth. Behind the sunflowers, our blue green time worn mountains quietly kn…

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A Praise Fest, sponsored by 11 area churches, is set for Saturday, Aug. 24, from 3 to 7 p.m. at the Gettysburg Rec Park Amphitheater, located off Howard Avenue.

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The flowers outside our window are a hodgepodge of colors, seemingly clashing yet somehow blending together in a heart lifting way. Ours is not a carefully crafted garden, rather a thrown together collection of potted and planted, native and imported, “weeds” and cultivated, shrub and flower…

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Prince of Peace, Gettysburg’s Episcopal parish, will offer “Roar,” a vacation bible school experience using an African savannah theme to explain “when life is wild, God is good.” The program will run from 9 a.m. until Noon, August 12-16, at the church at 20 West High Street in Gettysburg. “R…

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Several years ago, my little dog, Bailey, did something he had never done before. As I pulled our car into our garage and opened the door to let him into the house, he ran outside. It was 10 p.m. and by the time I realized what he had done, I could not find him. I called for him, searching a…