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    Dear readers, First of all the weather is now definitely spring. I can see some greens now in the rock garden and the backyard. Having a garden is quite a bit of work but if you have a green thumb you are definitely enjoying this part of the year. So enjoy Spring while it [...]

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By Pastor Nilo Briones, BALM
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I Love Christmas

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By Consuelo (Chit) Munar
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Erwinism: Storms, Scars, and Salvation

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By Erwin D. Maramat
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His hand is bigger than mine!

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