Welcome to the 8 Lights of Hanukkah, presented by the Bethany Center in McKinney, Texas. As believers around the world prepare to celebrate the miraculous birth of Jesus Christ, it’s

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As part of our Ask Victoria series, here is a very good question from one of our readers! Question: Why does the Bible talk about different books that are not

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Marpe – Where Wellness Comes Naturally A land of wheat, and barley, and vines, and fig trees, and pomegranates; a land of oil olive, and honey; (Deuteronomy 8:8 KJV). Doesn’t

Israel – ישראל  – Yiśrāʾēl – Triumphant with God, who prevails with God.

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The first book signing of “Just a Little Girl” this weekend was a huge success!  We sold all of the books we brought with us!  Thank you to everyone for

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Ask Victoria – Kaleidoscope September 2016

Your memoir is a compelling story of an amazing life…what do you want readers to take away from having read it? I guess the bottom line would be that readers