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Uplifting and Comforting Bible Verses – Covid-19 Edition!

Good day Friends,  With so many conflicting news reports, so many scary statistics, so many heartbreaking stories, we are not sure what to believe anymore. However, even in the midst of our current chaotic world, some things NEVER change: the promises of our Loving Lord are eternal - even during Covid-19. Whenever you need to shift your focus from the news and or you need a reminder of God's promises, refer to these verses and share them with your loved ones! This too shall pass,  In Christ,  Other posts you  might enjoy: https://www.mireillemishriky.com/i-hear-what-you-are-doing/ Like this post? Please share it using these icons...

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Modern Day Robin Hood – Uplifting News Story

Good day, With so much troubling, worrying and negative news stories, I thought I would start a new tradition of finding positive articles, stories, or anecdotes that I would share with you to start the week. This uplifting news story was shared on (The Good News Network) and the link is attached at the end of the article. I have transcribed it here in case it gets removed by that webmaster at a future date. Man Launches ‘Uber Eats-Style’ Service That Rescues Surplus Event Food and Delivers it to Charities It’s been three years since Tony Colley barely had enough...

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Parking Lot Turned Into A Safe Place – Uplifting News Story

Good day, With so much troubling, worrying and negative news stories, I thought I would start a new tradition of finding positive articles, stories, or anecdotes that I would share with you to start the week. This story was shared on The Good News Network (the link is attached at the end of the article). I have transcribed it here in case it gets removed by that webmaster at a future date.  The Nights Are Long One North Carolina business owner is opening up his heart to the homeless by opening up his parking lot to people who may be...

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The SuperHolies Camp Program (VBS) in Details!

Blessed day! We received so much interest in the VBS Camp Program since it launched, and as the same questions kept coming our way, we created this Fact Seet to answer all your questions and provide additional details. The SuperHolies VBS Program FAQ Do you send us printed material? The program we created is completely digital - so you will be free to immediately download it upon purchase and print as many copies as you need with one license. Can I share the VBS material with other churches in my diocese? One purchase grants you the license for one parish....

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Paying it forward – Uplifting story to begin the week!

Good day,  With so much troubling, worrying and negative news stories, I thought I would start a new tradition of finding positive articles, stories, or anecdotes that I would share with you to start the week. This story was shared on CNN (the link is attached at the end of the article). I have transcribed it here in case it gets removed by that webmaster at a future date.  Taking Action For A Caring Stranger  When University of South Carolina student Robert Caldaroni heard that Wendy's worker Malcolm Coleman had lost his home, he sprung into action. He convinced his...

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This International Women’s Day Let’s Introduce Our Children to Fierce Biblical Women Who Changed the Course of History!

Modern Day Icons When we think of  International Women’s Day, we invariably think of certain icons; at least I do. To name a few, the following women spring to my mind: Frida Kahlo, Jane Austin, Rosa Parks, Catherine the Great, Queen Elizabeth I, Anne Frank,  Sojourner Truth. Each one of these women accomplished what, up until their lifetime, would have been considered impossible. Whether in art, literature, politics or activism, they left their imprint on the world. They were fierce, determined, passionate, brave, heroic, strong. How often do we think of Biblical Women in those same terms? Do our children...

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Baby Shower in The Sky

When strangers host an impromptu baby shower for new parents Starting off Monday with a feel-good and uplifting story! With so much troubling, worrying and negative news stories, I thought I would start a new tradition of finding positive articles, stories, or anecdotes that I would share with you to start the week. This story was shared on the Good News Network (the link is attached at the end of the article). I have transcribed it here in case it gets removed by that webmaster at a future date.  Baby Shower in the sky! When these anxious parents were flying...

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Introducing Philo and the SuperHolies VBS Program for elementary aged kids!

Counting down to Summer Are you already thinking about summer? I know I am. In Canada, winter has been long and cold, with no end in sight of snowfall. Add to this the never-ending school projects and exams, which add to the sense of despair. Is it any wonder that sunny carefree vacation days are my go-to mental happy place when I close my eyes? I wish winter would come to an end: NOW! Summer's #1 Challenge: Entertaining Our Children Summer comes with its own set of challenges though. How to occupy the young ones during the day? Filling their...

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When your cooking is compared to canned goods!

No fancy-schmancy here! Some people like to exaggerate the elegance of a dish they cooked and make it sound fancy. For example, calling pigs in a blanket "cocktail sausages in a delicate puff pastry shell". I have to overcome the opposite challenge: my family is suspicious of any “fancy” sounding dish I present. I find myself downplaying the name of any new recipe just to ensure that they will actually give it a chance! This is how Nigella Lawson’s delicious Greek Lamb Stew recipe became known as Beef and Pasta! (I switched the lamb for beef because lamb is not...

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Best Vegan Cookbooks full of easy & delicious recipes to help end the repetitiveness of vegan suppers during the 55 days of Lent!

Man cannot live by bread alone… True! But 55 days of vegan suppers can get repetitive pretty quickly. This is why I have been reading vegan and vegetarian cookbooks to help end the repetitiveness of vegan suppers during the 55 days of Lent! I always start out Lent with the best Spiritual objectives in mind: more time studying the Bible, less time devoted to worldly activities. Usually, I also start with ambitious culinary intentions, as well. For example, I delude myself into thinking that I will not serve the same dinner twice during Lent. Holy Week is my exception Holy...

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