7 Myths About Homelessness

Myth #1: Homeless people are lazy and don’t want to work. According to a comprehensive 1996 Urban Institute survey, about 44 percent of homeless people around the country did some sort of paid work during the previous month. In 2013 the US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) conducted a study that found 17 percent of homeless adults in families, (who share different
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On Spirituality… the Wheat

On Spirituality, Why is there evil in the world? There seems to be as much violence in the world as there ever was. That may not be accurate however considering the world wars, and some incredibly horrible civil wars, but without a doubt our world is a violent place and the perplexing thing to me is that most people want peace. So the question
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Dear Lois

You have been there for me since day one that I entered COSAC. You inspired me to be a better person and want better for myself. You have given me lots of great advice that I still use till this day. You have been there for me through my ups and downs and boy have I had a lot of them. You will truly be missed but you always have a special place in my heart. RIP love always, Daletha Brown
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On Spirituality…Suffering

Last month’s article dealt with the amazing and wonderful aspects of Corpus Christi. One of the ways that God has manifest Gods self here on Earth. There are of course many ways that people come to know our God. One of these ways is through suffering. Suffering is challenging, suffering is mysterious, suffering raises questions without answers. Universally none of us want to suffer,
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