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About sherrellcrow

Christian Coach, Thinker, Catalyst and Creative Consort

A Priceless Gift

Boreham shares a pricelss illustation in his essay entitled, Our Better Halves. In it he brought an account of two lepers who co-owned a small farm. The one had no feet; the other┬áno hands, yet they made a beautiful crop … Continue reading

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On Life and Death: Beginning and End

When the hapless Zita, born a princess in nineteenth century Burboun-Parma, married into the Hapsburg Dynasty she walked into a specter of tragedy and angst amidst all of its pomp and royalty. Her old-line royal pedigree collided with a family … Continue reading

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On Farming

Dr. Maltbie D. Babcock wrote these lines: “Back of the loaf is the snowy flour, Back of the flour is the mill, Back of the mill is the wheat and the shower, And the sun, and the Father’s Will. F.W. … Continue reading

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FW Boreham Shares His Memories of His Grandmother

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The Hound of Heaven Pursues You!

THE HOUND OF HEAVEN Francis Thompson ——————————————————————————– I fled Him, down the nights and down the days; I fled Him, down the arches of the years; I fled Him, down the labyrinthine ways Of my own mind; and in the … Continue reading

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Psalm 19:1 The heavens declare the handywork of God

My recent view of the Pali Heights in Oahu. Awesome! So much history with this spot as King Kamehameha drove his enemies off of the cliff to cement his victory for liberation of the islands.

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Maxwell on a Paradigm of Shifting Perspective

Swapping Shoes by: The John Maxwell Company Michael Faraday was a British physicist and chemist, and one of Albert Einstein’s heroes. He is best known for inventing the electric motor in the 1820s. After performing an experiment in the 1850s, … Continue reading

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