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Chris·tian  (krĭs′chən)
adj.
1. Professing belief in Jesus as Christ or following the religion based on the life and teachings of Jesus.
2. Relating to or derived from Jesus or Jesus's teachings.
3. Manifesting the qualities or spirit of Jesus, especially in showing concern for others.
4. Relating to or characteristic of Christianity or its adherents.
n.
1. One who professes belief in Jesus as Christ or follows a religion based on the life and teachings of Jesus.
2. One who lives according to the teachings of Jesus.
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There are many FORMS of Christianity.  Several are derived from the teachings of Jesus Christ but, as I believe, have taken a turn away from His teachings in an effort to fulfill a human desire.  

In its most basic definition, Christianity is believing on Jesus Christ, his life, and teachings.  My Faith is very simple.  I TRY to live my life as Jesus lived His.  I love endlessly, I forgive and I am tolerant of difference.  I want people to know Christ, to know Love.  That is all.

Please understand I am not Catholic or Protestant or Baptist, Methodist, Evangelical, Presbyterian or any of the other branches on the "tree".  I stay close to the root that is Jesus.  His Father, God, sent him here to give us an example that we can see, to teach us, to save us from ourselves.  

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From the desk of my pastor. Very humbled by the message that we spread...
Helpful points for pastors--and others--as racism has once again come front and center in our national consciousness.
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Maiden Voyage of THE SUPER DUPER MORALES 1,000,000,000DAX
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+Jacqueline Morales They would have loved to! I am sure they want to show you in person!
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There are few words to truly describe how I’m feeling right now. We rolled the dice and came through and made it happen. This is unbelievable; I have no doubt it’s going to change my life. But we did it, and I have to say a huge heartfelt thank you to everyone who has supported me - my incredible family, my amazing team, my phenomenal partners who have put so much belief in me, and every single person who has supported me to this point.

Thank you.

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Tonie Sap lake in Cambodia supports a major freshwater ecosystem, which in turn supports the people who live in floating villages around it. 
A baby naps in a rowboat on Tonle Sap Lake, Cambodia, in this National Geographic Photo of the Day.
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Wow...

Be sure and go to check out the original post shared by +Yonatan Zunger​ for work interesting discussion and for more information.

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Something I did not know: at the Statue of Liberty's feet are broken chains, and in the original design of the statue, she did not hold a book in her left hand, but rather the chains she had shattered.

Edouard de Laboulaye and Frédéric Batholdi, the two men behind the statue, were fervent abolitionists, and the initial impetus for the statue was the ratification of the 13th Amendment.

The final design of the statue, in which the chains are visible only from a helicopter, was the result of strong objections from the project's American backers, upon whom de Laboulaye and Batholdi were relying to fund the pedestal and the site; they wanted no mentions of slavery. In 1885-6, the United States was fully in the throes of "reconciliation," the process of the official forgetting of pre-War history, the rehabilitation of the political image of the South, and the formalization of the "New Slavery" system in both North and South which was to prove so immensely profitable. Such a public decree of slavery as an evil, and the antithesis of liberty, would have been an entirely unwanted political problem to those who wanted the country to "just get over it."

The chains remained virtually unknown until recently, with even the National Park Service not mentioning their existence in its publications. Ordinary tourists never saw them; thanks to the steep angle of the plinth, they're completely invisible from the ground. It was only in 2011 that (for reasons not fully clear) this changed, and the USNPS now discusses this history at length on its site.

Via +Ralf Haring and +Peter da Silva.
Sharon Kyle: The story behind the creation of the Statue of Liberty was suppressed for more than 125 years. Finally, the National Park Service includes literature that explains the shackles and chains.
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+Jason Long this is my opinion on most every subject. I feel that once we realize our fallacy as humans... Once we realize we have all done wrong... Then we can start doing right by one another. Thanks for your comment Bro.
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Aaaaaawwwwwww yeeeeaaaa-uh.....
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Earn Google Play credit by answering short surveys. Download Google Opinion Rewards now: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.google.android.apps.paidtasks
Answer quick surveys and earn Google Play credits with Google Opinion Rewar...
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I picked this up awhile ago and it's great. Super short surveys that pay out at a decent amount. Makes impulse buys off Play a lot easier.

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Oh wow! Love the GIF instructions too.
 
INGREDIENTS:
 1 small block low-moisture mozzarella
 12 slices pepperoni
½ cups hash browns
1 Tbsp. Italian seasoning
 1 Tbsp. salt
1 Tbsp. garlic powder
1 egg, beaten Oil for frying Marinara sauce for dipping
 PREPARATION:
 1. Cut block of mozzarella into small cubes, about a ½ inch (1½ cm). 2. Cut pepperoni in half. 3. In a mixing bowl, combine hash browns, Italian seasoning, salt, garlic powder, and egg. Mix well. 4. Grab a small handful of the hash brown mixture and flatten out in the palm of your hand. 5. Place 1 or 2 slices of pepperoni and a cube of cheese on top. 6. Fold the hash brown mixture around the cheese and pepperoni. Squeeze and compress until the mixture completely covers the filling and stays in a cylindrical form. Repeat until all of the mixture is used. 7. Freeze tots for 20+ minutes. 8. In a large saucepan, heat oil to 350˚F (180˚C). Fry tots in batches, three at a time, until golden brown. Drain on paper towel. 9. Serve with marinara sauce.
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Shooot! I enjoyed the sloppy ketchup dunk! Made me salivate!
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Pretty neat little feature of Google Maps
You’re probably used to getting turn-by-turn directions to your next destination with Google Maps, but there’s also a pretty-well-hidden Driving Mode just for... well, driving. It alerts you to traffic problems, directs you to nearby gas pumps and stores, and is useful for those times when you already know your route or don’t even have a destination in mind.
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That's new? Odd. I could swear I'm using this for years now. Traffic updates I mean. Don't care for anything else.
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    MBA Business Management/Accounting, 1997 - 2003
  • Laurel High School
    1994 - 1997
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    Accounting Manager, 2006 - present
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    Staff Accountant, Client Services
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This is a very clean and updated Hotel overlooking parts of Harrisonburg. The staff was nice and helpful. And the continental breakfast was really good, including Belgian waffle bar!
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This is an older store and seemed to have limited inventory. The staff is friendly and helpful.
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Some of the best burgers in town. Their fries are amazing too. Skip the chain restaurants and visit Wag's for a local pub experience!
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The good was ok, and the service was good. Not exactly pining to go back but it was decent.
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Very friendly staff!
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If you live in or visit Frederick, do not miss this place. The best rotisserie chicken (Pollo a la Brasa) you will find anywhere! Prices are great and there is seating for the whole family.
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Decent prices. Lots of variety.
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