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    Ruth Lampkin's Story

    11.07.17 | Stories | by Ruth Lampkin

    I was born and raised on a plantation in a small rural community in Anguilla, Mississippi located in the delta when cotton was king. Some descriptions of life in Delta were hard-living, dirt poor, oppressive, racist, and poverty-stricken, but to...

    Excerpt from The Pursuit of God by Tozer

    04.30.14 | Faith | by A. W. Tozer

    Preface In this hour of all-but-universal darkness one cheering gleam appears: within the fold of conservative Christianity there are to be found increasing numbers of persons whose religious lives are marked by a growing hunger after God...

    Excerpt from Pascal's Pensées, by Blaise Pascal

    03.10.14 | Hope | by Blaise Pascal

    INTRODUCTION It might seem that about Blaise Pascal, and about the two works on which his fame is founded, everything that there is to say had been said. The details of his life are as fully known as we can expect to know them; his mathematical...

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