Posted by on February 20, 2012
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As I go through the process of preparing to publish a page or post on KKS, I always spend time reading and meditating on the relevant Bible verses. The next step is to seek out resources that might enhance the story/verse, and then sources of additional ideas for teachers, parents and students on the topic. This was the case recently while working on the post about Jesus healing the leper.
This miracle is an outstanding lesson on faith and healing, and I assumed there would be literally tons of great material available online. Sadly, this was not the case. Instead, I stumbled across several sites that disputed the veracity of the story, and even a few using this story to argue that God does not heal anymore!
Posted by on November 4, 2011
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When my cat Boris is hungry, it does not matter if its day or night, I must feed him. Such was the case early this morning when he dragged me out of bed. As I stumbled my way into the kitchen, Boris continued to beg for his food. I began to ‘meow’ along with him to show how obnoxious it sounded. That did not help. So as I was opening the can, I told him, “You know its coming.” Immediately in my spirit, I heard the Holy Spirit gently remind me that I sometimes do the same thing.
Posted by on June 4, 2011
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Just a quick status update. All but one of the New Testament pages are transferred to the new site. All will be completed this weekend and the old pages will redirect to the new ones shortly.
Here is a general overview of what the plan is for this site.
1. Transfer the old pages to the new WordPress format. This will allow for much quicker updates, better navigation, more user interaction and faster growth. This has taken much longer than I expected. I wanted to complete this by the end of May, but my regular work prevailed. Remember, this is a labor of love not my full time job. I do expect everything transferred by June 15th and I am on pace to complete everything on that schedule. DONE!