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    • Catapulting Over a Painful Past February 23, 2018
      Author and speaker Kim Anthony shares her testimony of overcoming incredible odds as a child to become a world-class gymnast, and eventually finding deeper meaning to her athletic achievement through faith in Jesus Christ.
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    • Addressing the Human Condition February 22, 2018
      In memory of Dr. Billy Graham who passed away on Feb. 21, 2018, we present a recording from 1998 in which he addressed the central problems of the human condition – human evil, suffering and the inevitability of death – and explained how hope and salvation can only be found through faith in Jesus Christ.
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    • Prioritizing Your Marriage in the Midst of Motherhood (Part 2 of 2) February 21, 2018
      Popular blogger Becky Thompson offers encouragement and practical advice to moms on how they can reconnect with their husband and strengthen their marriage amidst the many demands of parenting. (Part 2 of 2)
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    • Prioritizing Your Marriage in the Midst of Motherhood (Part 1 of 2) February 20, 2018
      Popular blogger Becky Thompson offers encouragement and practical advice to moms on how they can reconnect with their husband and strengthen their marriage amidst the many demands of parenting. (Part 1 of 2)
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    • Evangelist Billy Graham Has Died
      'America's pastor' shaped modern evangelicalism. Billy Graham was perhaps the most significant religious figure of the 20th century, and the organizations and the movement he helped spawn continue to shape the 21st. During his life, Graham preached in person to more than 100 million people and to millions more via television, satellite, and fi […]
    • One-on-One with Brian Stiller on the World Evangelical Alliance
      Ed Stetzer talks with Brian Stiller about World Evangelical Alliance important happenings. Ed: Tell us a little about the World Evangelical Alliance and some of what you are up to around the world. Brian: The World Evangelical Alliance (WEA) was founded in the 1840s as a way for Evangelicals to connect globally. (It is estimated there are up to 600 million E […]
    • Preaching Redemption Amidst Racism: Remembering Billy Graham
      Carl Ellis, Jr. reflects on the impact of Rev. Billy Graham on race relations and culture today. When I was a young campus minister working with Tom Skinner Associates, I had the honor of meeting Dr. William Franklin Graham twice. I remember him as an approachable man, not given to living out the greatness of his own press. I actively participated in his eva […]
    • How Billy Graham Brokered World Peace Between Evangelism and Social Justice
      The evangelist partnered with John Stott on the Lausanne Movement and helped revive the World Evangelical Alliance. In 1974, Billy Graham convened an enormous conference in Lausanne, Switzerland. “I traveled the whole world meeting such wonderful leaders,” Graham later told Lausanne global executive director Michael Oh. “But I found that they didn’t know eac […]
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    • Bleak But Beautiful by The Pioneer Woman February 23, 2018
      I went feeding with Marlboro Man yesterday morning.     I can only describe Oklahoma using one work right now: Bleak. Bleak and cold and icy and wet and dreary. And I’m not singling out Oklahoma; I’m just talking about this particular time of year (mid-February) when the earth has never been so dead. No […]
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    • Must-Watch Documentaries by The Pioneer Woman February 21, 2018
      I don’t usually talk about movies and TV shows at length here on my Confessions section, because I don’t want to act like this section of my website is anything other than what it is: A blog about my life on the ranch, my family, my pets, and whatever we happen to be up to […]
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    • Cupcakes and Gambling by The Pioneer Woman February 19, 2018
      We are getting ready to start offering cupcakes in the bakery at the Merc. This means (bad news) that I have to taste taste taste cupcakes constantly until they’re perfect. This also means (good news) that I have to taste taste taste cupcakes constantly until they’re perfect.     This one was delicious.     […]
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A Beautiful Sight

Friday we left town at 3 hoping to get to Multnomah Falls before the darkness fell. I really wanted to show the kids the frozen falls. Usually it is too treacherous to travel there when the falls are frozen, but we just had this week long cold snap without any precipitation. It was a beautiful sight. We hiked up to the bridge and got an upclose look.

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