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By Design: Behe, Lennox, and Meyer on the Evidence for a Creator
This is a wonderful, brilliant video. By Design: Behe, Lennox, and Meyer on the Evidence for a Creator features some of the greatest minds with doctorates, books, distinguished academic backgrounds, in a range of scientific fields
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Teen Author Chloe Howard on New Book 'Stand Beautiful' - Sonoma Christian Home
Teen Author Chloe Howard on New Book 'Stand Beautiful' - Sonoma Christian Home
Producer Devon Franklin Talks About Christian Success & Best-Selling Book “The Wait” - Sonoma Christian Home Marriage, Love, Devon, Before Marriage, Dating, Mariage, Truth, Finding Yourself
Producer Devon Franklin Talks About Christian Success & Best-Selling Book “The Wait” - Sonoma Christian Home
Producer Devon Franklin Talks About Christian Success & Best-Selling Book “The Wait” - Sonoma Christian Home
Matthew West Talks New Book | 'Hello My Name Is' - Sonoma Christian Home
Matthew West Talks New Book | 'Hello My Name Is' - Sonoma Christian Home
Matthew West Talks New Book | 'Hello My Name Is' - Sonoma Christian Home
Amanda Stephens Shares How to Ride Again After a Loss – Fruit in the Desert - Amanda Stephens has written a beautiful book, “Learning to Ride Again,” that describes the valley of death that she experienced when she suddenly lost her sweet husband, after one year of marriage. This lovely, honest book is a blessing for anyone dealing with loss. I recently interviewed Amanda for Fruit in the Desert: Fruit, Losing Her, Loss, Dealing With Loss, Riding, In The Desert, Diane, Her. Book
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Amanda Stephens Shares How to Ride Again After a Loss – Fruit in the Desert - Amanda Stephens has written a beautiful book, “Learning to Ride Again,” that describes the valley of death that she experienced when she suddenly lost her sweet husband, after one year of marriage. This lovely, honest book is a blessing for anyone dealing with loss. I recently interviewed Amanda for Fruit in the Desert: