Monthly Archives: March 2020

On Pandemics and Pandemonics

Part 2 Part 3 Post Script Phyllis Beveridge Nissila If you are reading this from anywhere on planet Earth, this spring of 2020, you have most likely been inundated, like the rest of us, with news from every medium and … Continue reading

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The “Time Factor” of Prophecy (redux: Prophecy Chart #9) and Important 3/29/20 Prophecy Update by J.D. Farag

Many people, not only Christians, are turning their thoughts toward Biblical prophecy these days of the unprecedented COVID-19 pandemic, the massive locust swarms that began in the Horn of Africa and that are destroying farms and fields in other nations … Continue reading

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“Caremongering”–“Canadian Virus” Worth Spreading! (Guest Feature)

And here’s how it’s done: Coronavirus: Kind Canadians start ‘caremongering’ trend By Tom GerkenBBC News, Washington

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Guest Feature: “Standing Strong,” March 7, 2020, by Deana Chadwell

Today’s guest feature is by Deana Chadwell, a fellow blogger from Oregon. Her essay, below, presents a powerful snapshot of our currently tenuous hold on the twin foundations of the rule of law and our right to vote that have … Continue reading

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An Uplifting Performance by American Millenials

I’m sure I’m not the only one with a bit of mist in my eyes after listening to the videos.¬† Take heart, fellow Americans. Guest feature: By C. Douglas Golden, The Western Journal Published March 4, 2020 at 10:33am These … Continue reading

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On Rumination: the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

Phyllis Beveridge Nissila Ruminate: “To reflect deeply on a subject.” (freedictionary.com)

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