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Countering negativity and falsehoods in political campaigns
Nothing should prevent candidates from making the best case for themselves, presenting their experience and positions and pointing out distinctions between themselves and other candidates. But deliberate misrepresentation and the use of inflammatory language run contrary to basic moral principles: Do not bear false witness; do not steal; do unto others as you would have them do unto you.
Is that too much to expect of politics?
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Ellen Hammond, Michael Thatcher, Sue Pocklington, H.M. Wyeth
A divine promise of health
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Reliable health care
When I didn't react...
The Bible – a series of encounters with God
Alessandra P. Colombini
Lu Ann Condon
Meekness and the "elephant walk"
We have a heritage of freedom
Crossing the Red Sea
Erase and 'redraw'
Pollen storm, but no allergies!
A growing, healing church
Gathering to glorify God
Rodolfo Jerome Lacusong
Conference encourages revolution in health & medicine
Eric D. Nelson
Lots of laughs
Submitted by Marilyn L. Trump
'I will always be grateful'
Floyd S. Smith, Sr.
Healed of excessive bleeding
Knee pain healed
Prejudice overcome and other blessings
Toward a more humane society