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Kingdom Living

Hard

By Kingdom Living, Women's Ministry

When I was in law school, we had one exam per class.  Sink or swim.  So I approached these exams with the greatest of care: studying the law, discussing the theories, outlining the elements.  So, when the big exam day came, I would put on my nicest outfit (“dress well, test well”), go to the…

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Measuring Progress in Kingdom Measures

By Kingdom Living

In an interesting and insightful book, “Margin. Restoring Emotional, Physical, Financial and Time Reserves to Overloaded Lives” Dr. Richard Swenson points out the modern reality of unprecedented progress. While he acknowledges that progress has valuable achievements such as in medical care, learning, the “power of communications and the speed of transportation,” he also examines the…

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A Regular Girl in Nicaragua

By Kingdom Living

Edy Mimms wasn’t even supposed to go to Nicaragua the first time. Then, one of the chaperones for the St. Andrew’s youth trip had to cancel at the last minute. Her 14-year old son, Elliot, was going. Edy had a passport and was able to step in to chaperone. Little did she know that on…

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