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Memorizing in Context

November 26, 2013
Memorizing in Context

I quit university at age 19.

People were probably upset with me. I remember overhearing a friend's mom refer to me as, “floundering,” once.

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A Real-Life Mystery

April 9, 2013
A Real-Life Mystery by Robyn Roste

There’s something special about a good mystery. I don’t care if it comes to me in a radio drama, a book, a made-for-TV movie, or something else entirely, a mystery is a mystery is a mystery and I can’t get enough.

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My Modern-Day Addiction

February 5, 2013
My Modern-Day Addiction by Annalisa Patenaude

A few years ago I found myself suddenly unemployed. I reacted to being laid off the way I usually do in situations out of my control.… more

An Argument for Deferred Gratification

October 16, 2012
An Argument for Deferred Gratification by Robyn Roste

For the past three years I’ve been trying to figure out what to do with my living room lamps. Not only are they gaudy, with their pink-and-purple textured gloss, but they have massive shades, which draw all sorts of unwanted attention.

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The Last Word

June 19, 2012
The Last Word by Robyn Roste

“Mortals make elaborate plans, but God has the last word.” (Prov. 16:1 The Message)

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Taking Singleness Seriously

April 17, 2012
Taking Singleness Seriously by Robyn Roste

For the past couple months Chuck Swindoll’s series on marriage, Strike the Original Match, has been on the air.… more

"Have Patience"

September 20, 2011
Have Patience

As a child of the 80s I grew up listening to music with a moral message. The songs were easy to remember, catchy, and taught you how to remember your phone number, what to do if you got in a fight, and even where hymns came from.

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