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Sunday, June 29th, 2008

Like the insatiable curiosity of child asking “”Why?” or “Where did that come from?”, people have been discussing and debating the origin of life for as long as… well, as long as there have been discussions. I recently came across a blog article by Bobby Revell that is titled Zen and Enlightenment I found most […]

Religious Crosses

Friday, June 27th, 2008

Cross Pendants Aren’t Simply Two Intersecting Arms By Angeline Tang Regardless of whether you are a religious soul or have become interested in the alluring arrangement of its shape, crosses serve as a deep sign of faith and have also become a popular fashion statement. Whether bejeweled with precious stones, 24-karat gold, or sparkling sterling […]

CrossFish Pendant

Thursday, June 26th, 2008

The CrossFish pendant is a very beautiful and interesting religious pendant. A patented 3-D design buy Eyevolver Designs, the CrossFish pendant is a cross when viewed from the front and a fish when viewed from the side. Available in 14K yellow gold, 14K white gold, and sterling silver and in two different sizes. The sterling […]

Personalized Baptism Gifts

Wednesday, June 25th, 2008

Personalized Baby Gifts – A Great Way To Welcome A New Arrival In The Family The arrival of a new baby, is often commemorated with a special gift. A personalized baby gift shows that there was a lot of thought behind the gift. And although a personalized gift can cost near to nothing, it will […]

Why Pray?

Tuesday, June 24th, 2008

Five Reasons to Pray First of all, what is prayer? Prayer is the act of communicating with God. It doesn’t have to consist of the standard prayers we learned as a child. A prayer can consist of a simple phrase or two. “Lord, I’m thinking of you today. Please brighten my day and assist me […]

Bar Mitzvah-What is it?

Monday, June 23rd, 2008

What is a Bar Mitzvah? Author: Jacob Lumbroso Ancient Jewish texts convey the idea that along with puberty comes responsibility for one’s own actions. The idea of accountability, goes back even further. Samuel ha-Kaman (i.e.the small) wrote at the close of the first century that the completion of the thirteenth year marks the age for […]

Praying for Miracles

Sunday, June 22nd, 2008

I came across this article today and thought I’d share it here. While I don’t disagree with the author on the benefits of eating properly and exercising, I do believe it misses the point. It glosses over what I feel to be one of the true powers of prayer and the miracles it can create. […]

Religious Jewelry for Comfort

Saturday, June 21st, 2008

Many conversations revolving around religious jewelry are why exactly people wear it. I often read or hear about how it is a proclamation of one’s faith or beliefs or an attempt to openly demonstrate how godly they are. To me, it’s much more than that. Several years ago my mother-in-law passed away from cancer. As […]

St Michael the Archangel

Friday, June 20th, 2008

My husband and St. Michael the Archangel By Terri Parker My husband and I were sitting at the dining room table when he showed me his new sterling silver chain and medallion he purchased. The medallion was of St. Michael the Archangel. My husband said St. Michael is his favorite patron saint because of his […]