Tag Susan Andrews

A First Date: The Pentecostal Way

If there’s one thing I’ve learned when it comes to marriage, it’s that you need to stick to marrying someone who is close to what you are used to. That is to say, when considering marriage, the person you choose should have a similar family background and upbringing. Of course, if you grew up in a toxic environment, by all means, please get some counseling, break the cycle, and find

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The Honeybee: The Threats They Face and the Changes Needed to Save Them

Most Colorado residences believe that we should maintain our natural resources and help retain its inspiring beauty. This cannot be accomplished without the assistance of the honeybee and other native pollinators. Honeybees are an intricate part of our natural ecosystem throughout the state of Colorado. Whether we realize it or not, we are deeply dependent on these bees to help carry on the legacy of Colorado’s colorful wildflower environment. Most

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The Roots of the Black Forest

“Liberty, that lovely thing, was discovered in the wild forests of Germany” —Montequiem This was the Black Forest of centuries ago, wild and untamed, known only to the ancient people who made this forest their home. Nestled in the southwestern tip of Germany, the Black Forest has been host to many migrant tribes through the centuries. The forest and its people have experienced centuries of war and devastation, from the

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