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Christianity, Essay, Everyday Christian, History, PHCE Now, Planet Hope, Unwritten Hope

He Has Risen! Then, Why Do We Still Struggle?

By Emmy McKirgan The long road to recovery, the hard facts of anxiety and depression. The lonely nights, the hard-to-understand fate that has befallen you, the job loss, the spouse who walked away, the pain of losing friends, loved ones and so much more. Life can be difficult. Life can be hard to handle. In… Continue reading He Has Risen! Then, Why Do We Still Struggle?

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St. Patrick’s Day – March 17

When you think of St. Patty's, what comes to mind? Comment below. I think of: green! Walk down any aisle, at any store, and you will see no shortage of green decorations! There are green shamrocks, leprechauns, pots of gold, you can get it on t-shirts, mugs, and even top hats. Some people celebrate by… Continue reading St. Patrick’s Day – March 17

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International Women’s Day: March 8,2021

By Emmy McKirgan As a woman, this topic is near and dear to my heart. The hardest part is to narrow down which amazing women to talk about, as there are so many! So many women have made huge leaps in the fight against inequality, gender gap issues, and rights and freedoms. They have brought… Continue reading International Women’s Day: March 8,2021

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Story: Why the poles are cold

Once upon a time in a far away land there were three beautiful princesses named Azur, Casser, and Hayden. Hayden and Casser were horrible, mean princesses who wreaked revenge on any maidens whom they thought were prettier than them, so most of the kingdom was in constant misery. They plotted ways to kill their beautiful… Continue reading Story: Why the poles are cold

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An Army of One

Berger is Joseph’s wretched counterpart. Instead of being celebrated and honoured by society for his work, Berger was met with hostility and ridicule. Raphael Ginzberg, who worked with Berger, comments as follows in 1949: “There can be no doubt but that Berger was the sole creator of electroencephalography. He let nobody into the secret of his investigation. What he achieved, he achieved by his individual effort.”