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Who Is Caring For Your Baby Today? 28-10

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Parenting or Spying: Who’s Watching the Kids?

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The Joys of Children’s Evangelism

By Charlotte L. Pound “Innovative, creatively ingenious, anointed, effective, ordained of God!” Those are just a few words from pastors describing the children’s ministry of Tim and Yvonne Rimmer of Murfreesboro, Tennessee. Tim Rimmer is a licensed minister with the UPCI and a trained, award-winning clown. Sis. Rimmer is an accredited author and licensed counselor. Together, […]

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I Love you!

BY REV. WES WASMUNDT   There are a lot of ideas for “I love you!” gifts. They include chocolates, roses, and little items of clothing, etc. Rather than reiterate the usual gifts and Valentines card sayings, I thought I’d share some “ways to say ‘I love you!’” Some may reflect your ideas and practices. But others may provide […]

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DUNGEONS & DRAGONS GOOD OR BAD??

DUNGEONS & DRAGONS GOOD OR BAD?? SEX, VIOLENCE AND OCCULTISM Dungeons and Dragons is fantasy game which evolved from some of the war games popular in the late 1950’s. Instead of a historical background and battle, D&D games are fought in the minds of the players as the dungeon master (god) sets the stage in […]

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PRESS RELEASE FROM WASHINGTON

PRESS RELEASE FROM WASHINGTON by Tim Scheele A four-page press release was issued recently, including the following: The role-playing game, Dungeons and Dragons (D&D), has been a major factor in casing at least 9 suicides and murders, according to two public citizen groups. Bothered about D&D (BADD) founded by Pat Pulling, the mother of one […]

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Testimony of a Dungeons and Dragons Player

Testimony of a Dungeons and Dragons Player The following is an essay written by Darren Molitor, a former D&D player. Darren was a very devout D&D player who sometimes played marathon games that lasted for days. The friends with whom this young man often played D&D, began “horsing around” in a game of their own […]

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DUNGEONS & DRAGONS ….. THE GAME

DUNGEONS & DRAGONS ….. THE GAME Mind against mind, the battle rages on with only the sharpest and fastest thinkers going out ahead of the pack of hungry and fighting players as each scheme and plot against the other to survive. The “War Room” is in the mind of each player as the make-believe battles […]

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DUNGEONS AND DRAGONS

DUNGEONS AND DRAGONS Parents of a 16-year-old high school student who committed suicide say that a ‘curse’ from the Dungeons & Dragons game led to his death. A law suit filed by the parents has revived the controversy about the popular fantasy game which is available for home computers. The parents of the boy who […]

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Parent-Child Conflict

Parent-Child Conflict Beth D. Baus Often, when parents come for help because they are having difficulty with their child’s behavior, the problems have been going on for a very long time. There are no simple solutions. Nevertheless, there is hope. With proper intervention, support, and lots of prayer, most parents and children in conflict can […]

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