Twice Freed: Slavery, Freedom, and Forgiveness

Author: Patricia St. John Publisher: Christian Focus Publications Onesimus wanted what any young boy wants: fun, adventure, travel, love, and most of all, freedom. Unfortunately, Onesimus's life did not include any of these things. Instead, he was a servant to the wealthy Philemon and his family. Sure, his life was not as hard as it could …

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Threading Through Labyrinths

"But when you have killed him, how will you find your way out of the labyrinth?" "I know not, neither do I care: but it must be a strange road, if I do not find it out before I have eaten up the monster's carcass." "... I will give you a sword, and with that …

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The Middle East, Grecians, and the People of the Sea

Despite of, or perhaps because of, my lack of activity on here, I have actually managed to make quite a bit of progress on my book in the last week and a half or so. So much so that I even found time to paint, which is something I have missed doing. I am slowly …

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