The ignorance in this country is all most laughable if it were not so damaging. The following are just three examples of what I have seen lately.
First, the much recent "not guilty" verdict in the case of George Zimmerman.
Sometimes, all it takes is a helping hand for needy families to find their footing.
Last week, one South Carolina-based ministry extended its hand by repairing the homes of three families in North Augusta's first Salkehatchie Summer Service camp.
In my imagination I could hear God speaking clear
As he looked down from the heavens to those he held so dear
And then he spoke to Jesus as he sat near to his side
We need a plan to change their ways and their sins we need to hide
For sin cannot be covered, it must be washed away
By blood as pure a...
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