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This is the fourth and final part of the series called "The soils of the heart". The fourth seed is the seed that fell upon the good soil in Luke 8:8 that says,…

"For I will pour water on the thirsty land, and streams on dry ground; I will pour out my Spirit on your offspring, and my blessing on your descendants."…

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Have you ever felt like the problems in your life are just too great for you to handle? I have been there done that. Sometimes life can get the better of you…

Gold Bar also called Jeep Arch is located a short drive from Moab, Utah. From the parking area, the trail crosses under the railroad tracks using a large…

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This is the Colca River that runs through the valley of Colca. It is the prettiest river when it is full but right now we are just starting the rainy season…

Another beautiful day in Arizona; perfect weather for a hike! A lizard getting some sun. A view of the city. The perfect saguaro.

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