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6 Bad Reasons to Leave Your Church
Jan05

6 Bad Reasons to Leave Your Church

It is a constant struggle in our daily lives to keep the faith high and unblemished and in today’s time it does seem more difficult to uphold on the everyday teachings of the church. But do not let this thinking be a constant routine, and do not let those thoughts consume you. People these days find it easier to carry on without believing in a higher purpose and a higher being, which is a sad life. Those who have chosen to leave their...

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Guest Post: Living Room Decorating Ideas
Apr05

Guest Post: Living Room Decorating Ideas

A living room reflects your whole house because this is the space where usually guests gather in. If you love entertaining and having friends and family over then you need to make it spacious enough so that everyone can have a seat and you also need to make sure that it looks warm and welcoming. Keeping these things in mind a few tips are enlisted below. Happy decorating! You should take time out every day to clean and declutter your...

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Guest Post: Travel Ideas – Top 5 Most Romantic Places to Stay in Europe
Dec16

Guest Post: Travel Ideas – Top 5 Most Romantic Places to Stay in Europe

When traveling to Europe especially for the first time, you may think that 24 hours in a day is just not enough to tour around and see the best places. Relax and take a step back. Given limited time, see your purpose in your visit and make use of your plan to map the places that you can possibly be on. If you’re looking for romantic places to stay in, read further below to know five of these in Europe. Amberley Castle, West Sussex,...

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Training up Your Child the Lord’s Way
Nov13

Training up Your Child the Lord’s Way

This guest post is from Clement Chee, author of the ebook entitled “The Secrets of Preaching Powerful Sermons”. Clement loves Indian cuisine. He is currently serving as a youth leader in his local church. You can consult him on how to prepare and how to preach at PreachingSecrets.com.   Proverbs 22:6 – Train up a child in the way he should go, and when he is old he will not depart from it. Sometimes, training up a...

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Guest Post: Enticing Blogging Tips to Inspire you in Writing
Jun08

Guest Post: Enticing Blogging Tips to Inspire you in Writing

Blog writing is an art that could be dramatically improved with time, experience and making best use of one’s skill sets, however modest they may be. It is injudicious to sit back and say that blog writing is beyond me without even having tried. It is indeed an insult to one’s intelligence to reach conclusions, without having even tried to blog independently, and to the best of one’s abilities, competencies and skills Tip #1: It...

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Guest Post: Why Should I Read God’s Word?
May30

Guest Post: Why Should I Read God’s Word?

Have you ever felt this? You want to read the Bible, but you just can’t, because of one thing. You lacked time. You always say you don’t have time when in fact, God gave you a lot. You really want to read it every day, every morning, but still you can’t. You always can’t. Another day passed and yet you didn’t do it again… but then weeks and months have passed by and nothing – not even a glimpse of one of the pages…...

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Personal Life Testimony: God’s Faithfulness in my Life
Mar14

Personal Life Testimony: God’s Faithfulness in my Life

Today’s featured guest post is written by a good friend of mine. We’ve been in the same ministry for almost a year, and he’s also my accountability partner. I’ve been very blessed seeing him grow in his spiritual life and becoming more passionate in serving the Lord. Let’s take a look and discover how faithful God is in his life as he shares his personal testimony. When I was younger I’ve always seen...

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Vacation Tips: How to Plan for a Safe Spring Break
Mar03

Vacation Tips: How to Plan for a Safe Spring Break

Spring breaks or vacations are indeed necessary for people who work very hard and need a well earned break from work and related stress to unwind and distress, at least on few days of vacation. Essentially, spring breaks offers rest from work in order to recharge one’s physical and mental batteries and get back to work, fresh and raring to go. While spring breaks are indeed important, its planning, organizing and scheduling are also...

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