Homeowner Alert: How to be Prepared for an Emergency

Homeowner Alert: How to be Prepared for an Emergency

The more you are prepared for emergency situations, the better off you and your family will be when the power goes out. For more information, visit www.pgmaonline.com.

Get Out of The Wilderness

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Get Out of The Wilderness

Those that surrender to Christ rightfully rejoice in salvation but far too many lose that joy after a time and some, sad to say, fall from grace. The Word of God, that is, the written Word, the logos (Christ), and the rhema (the Holy Spirit speaking to one’s heart) give us all the help and guidance to get out of the wilderness and never go back.

Letters From Abbottabad Bin Laden at The End

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Letters From Abbottabad Bin Laden at The End

It is interesting to try and understand Osama bin Laden’s psychological and situational changes from pre 9/11 until his death. The 17 declassified documents contained in the Letter’s from Abbottabad provided an insight into the psychological and situational aspects of Osama bin Laden. Although the letters reeked from the hatred spewed concerning the enemies of the Muslim people it also focused especially upon the suffering of his people as a result of the jihadist “brothers”. During the course of these series of letters the writer decried this frustration at the attacks by the Muslims themselves at their own people (Lahoud, 2012).

A Resolution You Can Keep All Year: The One-day Identity Checkup

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A Resolution You Can Keep All Year: The One-day Identity Checkup

Identity theft is a fast-growing crime, but there are ways to reduce your chances of being a victim. The identity theft protection experts at LifeLock recommend doing these five quick things today to help keep your identity safer all year long.

Crime Alert: Growing Number of Parents Turn to Police to Report Cyberbullying

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Crime Alert: Growing Number of Parents Turn to Police to Report Cyberbullying

(BPT) – As more people become aware of the harmful consequences of cyber bullying, parents are more likely to report cyber bullying incidents directly to their local police than local school officials. That’s the finding of a new national survey of 642 American parents conducted by the Fraud Prevention and Investigations business unit of Thomson Reuters.

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