THIS WOMAN WRITES Christians: Can We Stop Using This Sentence?
As a Christian and a human being, I avoid the word should, because its generally used by Person A against Person B, to get Person B to do what Person A wants. So when I use it, Im serious.
... Posted on 10/2/13 at 2:11 PM
THE FLENSBURGER FILES Blogging behind the scenes....
From the Classroom:
When you receive this article, I will be soaking in another session of a seminar called "Mind the App," a class being offered for students and those interested in knowing how to... Posted on 4/22/13 at 5:32 AM
RURAL REFLECTIONS He fixed the fun
One of Mom and Dad's Christmas presents to me in 1978 was a radio.
The radio had bands for am/fm, weather, aircraft and police
transmissions. It fired my imagination and received constant use up
until... Posted on 4/8/12 at 6:14 AM
HUNGRY FOR LIFE Advice Column
Advice Column, Dish for Trish
Do you have some questions you would like to ask Trish? Do you feel like Help Me!Send Trish your questions about life, love, overcoming obstacles, dating, relationships,... Posted on 2/28/12 at 8:22 AM
HEALTHY TIDBITS Dish With Trish
Dish With Trish
Do you have questions you would like to ask Trish about dating, relationships, overcoming obstacles, dream chasing and much more.You canwrite her at: email@example.com... Posted on 2/27/12 at 10:26 AM
Beverly Godfrey column: Every fall, there are days when orange leaves contrast with the bright blue sky. Trees cast mottled shadows on the sweet-smelling ground. A dry, warm wind rises up and whispers that summer is ending.
Do you remember your grandparents? I do. And it has served me well now that I am a grandparent. I have fond memories of being spoiled and of being away from Mom and Dad and with Grandma and Grandpa instead. That was big. And a win-win, I later discovered. I had no idea then my parents also enjoyed the time apart, in particular my occasional sleepovers away from home.
Robin Washington column: The best thing for me about the pope’s off-the-cuff comments last week concerning gay priests — or was he talking about gay people in general? — was that I got to say goodbye to a friend who’s leaving Duluth.
Robin Washington column: In my spare time, I go rappelling. Every 27 years. When Kristi Stokes of the Greater Downtown Council put out a call for rappellers to play Spider Man on Duluth’s Sellwood Building, I jumped at the chance.
We’ve heard this quickening drumbeat before. Last time, it led to the tragic invasion and occupation of Iraq. This time, if we let the drummers provoke us into war with Iran, the consequences will likely be far worse.
RICK LUBBERS: Larry Martichuski didn’t plan on earning a black belt when he walked through the doors of North Shore Taekwondo three years ago.
It wasn’t a lifelong dream or an item to check off a bucket list.
If you have a child in a public school, you may want to look at a study that has set the education world abuzz this month. More than look at it, you may want to ask your child’s principal or superintendent what they plan on doing with the information.
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