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Someone asked me to explain my prayer request for that expensive laptop. First, a link to the machine in question. Primary advantage: Nobody has to worry about whether Linux can be installed and run on this thing; it comes with … Continue reading →
FYI: Today marks nine years on this blog. Had enough, yet?
There were some glitches in the process, but it’s up at Smashwords now: Ancient Truth: Psalms. I still have my original manuscripts in Word, Open Document, and PDF. It will take a while to come up with versions in plain … Continue reading →
Because of generous donations to my PayPal account, I’ve decided to upgrade my account on this blog. I’ve taken out the cheapest option ($48/year), of course, but it includes a new domain name: soulkiln.blog — it may take some time … Continue reading →
I’m moving all the posts from Kiln blog to this one. It’s called “importing” the other blog. I’ve read the instructions and walked through the process. I guess it may be not be all that simple, because I was advised … Continue reading →
I’m under the impression that the booklet is too short to publish on Smashwords by itself, so I’ll probably have to stretch it out with more material. That may take awhile. Until then, I’ve punched out the booklet in multiple … Continue reading →
7. All truth is God’s truth. If it works and your conscience is clear, the beliefs and practices you hold are between you and God. We recognize that certain expressions of genuine faith will limit who can fellowship with us, … Continue reading →