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Rev. Patrick Mahoney Jun 5
A big shout to all the PRC's and life-affirming clinics that kept their doors open to women with unexpected pregnancies during this global pandemic and social unrest!
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G. Craige Lewis Jun 3
It is sad that we have the intellectual and technological wisdom to create a great and powerful nation, but lack the moral wisdom to preserve it! Only Gods morality can save us.
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Rhonie Says Jun 5
In Christ all things are possible & I believe in the power of prayer. This Sunday can we all simply step outside our front doors & pray together? Let’s pray that we’ll love our neighbors as ourselves. Our neighbor is anyone we’re willing to show compassion.
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Robby Dawkins 11h
Love your neighbor. Love your neighbor. Love your neighbor. Love your neighbor. Love your neighbor. Love your neighbor. (Anyone seeing the point here?)
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Rhonie Says Jun 5
Just stopping by to say hello & tell you what Sunday is all about as we simply stop outside of our front doors and pray for our neighbors together. Take a listen!
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Marple Presbyterian 8h
Thanks to our ladies who have been making & donating masks for healthcare workers and others who need them (including these 4). And thanks to all the healthcare workers who put them to good use day in and day out.
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Ellen Eaton Jun 5
In the South, we hang bows for the sick, the missing 💙, and the dead. So tonight I drove my Subaru to the most affluent neighborhood in my state where a friend and ally had saved a black bow just for me. This is the Alabama that I love
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The Well Jun 5
Search for the Lord and for his strength; continually seek him.  1 Chronicles 16:11 ⁦
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Shoe Jun 5
Mr. Rogers and Officer Clemmons set a pretty good example for all of us back in 1969. John 13:4-5
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Cassidy Jun 3
I am with you, POC. Change is long overdue. The world is watching us. We ALL must do better; we must treat all people as people, and celebrate our differences. There are better days ahead and God loves us all.
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Extreme Community Makeover Jun 5
Lifting up residents and communities
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Derek Jun 4
Replying to @Koilann
Thank you for sharing. Born and raised in the area. It isn’t what it’s been made out to be. We work hard every year to spread the word that the community has changed. We stand for George Floyd and all of our brothers and sisters. ❤️
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Germantown HELP 14h
These hardworking folks from Seneca Creek Community Church brought more food into the pantry this morning! 🌞❤️🥫
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John Sypniewski Jr. Jun 1
There is always hope my fellow Americans! Come together as one against are true enemy! The left in this nation hates seeing this. They want anarchy and chaos..
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David Richardson 14h
May peace and comfort fill the hearts, minds, and souls of our African-American friends. And may the racism that has infected this country for years be rooted out, only to be replaced with love and unity.
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Riss Flex Jun 5
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Jon Najarian Jun 5
SW steakhouse has 200-300 reservations each night for the next 4 nights! If we reopen, they WILL come!
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Jeff Jun 5
Social media is full of trends. Hashtags. Ice bucket challenges. Kony. Etcetera. Don't let kindness to people become a trend. Don't let be a trend on Twitter. Let it be a lifestyle. Okay, I'm done with social media for a while. ✌️
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Dagger II ~ DogVinci Jun 5
Dagger DogVinci’s message of the day: “The purpose of life is to know yourself, love yourself, trust yourself & be yourself. Then you can love your neighbor as you love yourself” ❤️ ❤️
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🐾🐾ßεη Ωuïrκ🎣🧩 Jun 5
When you get new and you want to welcome them then you take them and
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